2 cm wide; buds 5–9 mm long, Adult leaves <2 cm wide; buds 4–7 mm long, Adult leaves broad-lanceolate to ovate or elliptic, Adult leaves linear to lanceolate, occasionally broad-lanceolate, Adult leaves without loose white surface wax; coastal species, Adult leaves glaucous with loose white surface wax; tablelands and Western Slopes species, Adult leaves broad-lanceolate to ovate or ± elliptic, rarely lanceolate, Juvenile leaves broad-lanceolate (coastal forest tree), Juvenile leaves linear (far inland woodland tree), Calyptra >1.5 times as long as hypanthium, Adult leaves opposite, ovate to broad-lanceolate or elliptic, Adult leaves disjunct, lanceolate to broad-lanceolate, Juvenile leaves broad-lanceolate or broader, Bark shedding from bases of larger branches, Stamens regularly inflexed, outer whorls infertile, Opposite pairs of juvenile leaves fused at base, Fruit cylindrical or ovoid, disc flat or depressed; juvenile leaves, Fruit campanulate, disc slightly raised; juvenile leaves <4 cm long and wide, Fruit broader than long; juvenile leaves green, Fruit longer than broad; juvenile leaves blue, Juvenile leaves lanceolate, adult leaves often >1 cm wide, Juvenile leaves linear to narrow-lanceolate, adult leaves <1 cm wide, Adult leaves with lateral veins strongly acute (<30° to midrib), Adult leaves with lateral veins 30–50° to midrib, Juvenile leaves dull, subglaucous; adult leaves to 3.5 cm wide, Juvenile leaves glossy green; adult leaves to 2.5 cm wide, Immature adult leaves pinkish grey; longest peduncles <8 mm long, Immature adult leaves green; longest peduncles >8 mm long, Largest fruit >8 mm diam. Eucalyptus ovata, commonly known as swamp gum or black gum, is a species of small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. The Australian Journal of Botany is an international journal publishing original research encompassing all plant groups including fossil plants. The capsule fruit is surrounded by a woody cup-shaped receptacle and contains numerous minute seeds. N.G., Indon., Philipp. Common name: Swamp Gum. Tree to 35 m tall; bark rough over whole trunk and branches, thick, hard, furrowed, black (ironbark). The fruit, a distinctive top-shaped woody capsule 15 mm (0.6 in) long and 2 cm (1 in) in diameter, ripens in October to March in California, about 11 months after flowering (15). Legality Of Object And Consideration, Panettone Bread Pudding, Blue Quartz Countertop, How Do You Use Castor Seed For Contraception, Buyer Seller Agreement Pdf, Agile Scrum Methodology, " /> 2 cm wide; buds 5–9 mm long, Adult leaves <2 cm wide; buds 4–7 mm long, Adult leaves broad-lanceolate to ovate or elliptic, Adult leaves linear to lanceolate, occasionally broad-lanceolate, Adult leaves without loose white surface wax; coastal species, Adult leaves glaucous with loose white surface wax; tablelands and Western Slopes species, Adult leaves broad-lanceolate to ovate or ± elliptic, rarely lanceolate, Juvenile leaves broad-lanceolate (coastal forest tree), Juvenile leaves linear (far inland woodland tree), Calyptra >1.5 times as long as hypanthium, Adult leaves opposite, ovate to broad-lanceolate or elliptic, Adult leaves disjunct, lanceolate to broad-lanceolate, Juvenile leaves broad-lanceolate or broader, Bark shedding from bases of larger branches, Stamens regularly inflexed, outer whorls infertile, Opposite pairs of juvenile leaves fused at base, Fruit cylindrical or ovoid, disc flat or depressed; juvenile leaves, Fruit campanulate, disc slightly raised; juvenile leaves <4 cm long and wide, Fruit broader than long; juvenile leaves green, Fruit longer than broad; juvenile leaves blue, Juvenile leaves lanceolate, adult leaves often >1 cm wide, Juvenile leaves linear to narrow-lanceolate, adult leaves <1 cm wide, Adult leaves with lateral veins strongly acute (<30° to midrib), Adult leaves with lateral veins 30–50° to midrib, Juvenile leaves dull, subglaucous; adult leaves to 3.5 cm wide, Juvenile leaves glossy green; adult leaves to 2.5 cm wide, Immature adult leaves pinkish grey; longest peduncles <8 mm long, Immature adult leaves green; longest peduncles >8 mm long, Largest fruit >8 mm diam. Eucalyptus ovata, commonly known as swamp gum or black gum, is a species of small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. The Australian Journal of Botany is an international journal publishing original research encompassing all plant groups including fossil plants. The capsule fruit is surrounded by a woody cup-shaped receptacle and contains numerous minute seeds. N.G., Indon., Philipp. Common name: Swamp Gum. Tree to 35 m tall; bark rough over whole trunk and branches, thick, hard, furrowed, black (ironbark). The fruit, a distinctive top-shaped woody capsule 15 mm (0.6 in) long and 2 cm (1 in) in diameter, ripens in October to March in California, about 11 months after flowering (15). Legality Of Object And Consideration, Panettone Bread Pudding, Blue Quartz Countertop, How Do You Use Castor Seed For Contraception, Buyer Seller Agreement Pdf, Agile Scrum Methodology, " />
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