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"Callistemon salignum" amended to _Callistemon salignus_.
In some places single-species dominant stands of Araucaria, Callistemon, and Nothofagus occur.
_Metrosideros tomentosa_of Richard, and _Callistemon ellipticum_ of
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Several pots exploded last winter when the temperature dropped to -27C, a cold spell that also did for Ayres's Australian Callistemon citrinus crimson bottlebrush.
Coryphas and flooded gums, but the drooping Callistemon, the creek