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- noun Australia Any of several types of
eucalyptusthat has a woolyor stringy bark
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Eucalypt open forests extend across most of the landscape, typically dominated by Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta) and Darwin woollybutt (E. miniata) growing up to 20 meters (m) tall.
The most extensive vegetation, especially on sand and loam soils, are bloodwood eucalypts (Corymbia spp.) or, on deeper soils in higher rainfall areas, eucalypt-dominated woodlands with Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus tetrodonta) and Darwin woollybutt (E. miniata).