Eucalyptus glaucescens

Tingiringi Gum at Cotter River, ACT

Eucalyptus glaucescens at Cotter River, ACT - 14 Sep 2019
Eucalyptus glaucescens at Cotter River, ACT - 14 Sep 2019
Eucalyptus glaucescens at Cotter River, ACT - 14 Sep 2019
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Identification history

Eucalyptus glaucescens 2 Oct 2019 MichaelMulvaney
Eucalyptus glaucescens 30 Sep 2019 Philip

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2 Oct 2019

1st Canberra Nature Map record of this restricted and probably locally rare gum - very interested in any further sightings of this species.

4 comments

   2 Oct 2019
I asked Greg Baines to check the ID he said "Yep, I think so. It is a little difficult to see in the image but the juvenile leaves look to be amplexicaul rather than connate making it E. glaucescens."
   2 Oct 2019
Thanks Phillip very much appreciated. This location on "The Pimple" was previously recorded in 2014, but we are unsure as to the population size. Do you have a more accurate estimate of the number of plants, eg is it closer to 100 or 16.
Philip wrote:
   3 Oct 2019
Michael, I think it would be closer to 16 but I didn't look very closely so there may have been others that weren't obvious.
   4 Oct 2019
Thanks Phillip - much appreciated

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  • 16 - 100 Abundance
  • 14 Sep 2019 11:30 AM Recorded on
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  • 1 metre to 5 metres Plant height

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