Eucalyptus crebra. Family. Myrtaceae. Botanical Name. Eucalyptus crebra F. Muell. Petioles yellowish. Crushed leaves emit a strong eucalyptus oil odour. Eucalyptus crebra is an evergreen tree with a rather open and straggly crown; it can grow 25 – 35 metres tall. Under good growing conditions the tree has. Image of Eucalyptus crebra. Metrosideros salicifolia Trusted. Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike (CC BY-NC-SA © Smithsonian.
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Eucalyptus crebra — Noosa’s Native Plants
In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. It is distinguished by having glossy green juvenile crebr adult eucalyltus. Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. Cultivated seedlings measured at ca node Treed area with the canopies of the trees touching each other or overlapping. The Narrow-leaved ironbark was originally described by Victoria state botanist Ferdinand von Mueller in Bean, Brunonia 10 2 Inflorescence normally terminal compoundsometimes axillary single umbelspeduncles 0. We have rejected E.
If this file is freely licensed, but otherwise unsuitable for Commons e. Creative Commons Attribution 3. Eucalyptus crebracommonly known as the narrow-leaved ironbark or narrowleaf red ironbarkis a type of Ironbark tree native to eastern Australia. The small white flowers appear from late autumn to spring, and are followed by small pods.
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If this file has problems with attributioncopyrightor is otherwise ineligible for Commons, then remove this tag and DO NOT transfer it; repeat violators may be blocked from editing. Retrieved 7 September They are different from juvenile leaves in at least some of the characteristics colour, shape, size, and relationship to each other on the stem.
Juvenile growth coppice or field seedlings to 50 cm: Articles with ‘species’ microformats. If this media is not useful, please propose it for deletion or list it at files for discussion.
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It was described to represent a taxon with yellow branches, buds where the operculum is narrower than the hypanthiumgiving an egg-in-eggcup effect and broad juvenile leaves. Views Read Edit View history. Pages on other projects are not listed. It can be eucalyptsu by having fruit with a broad, flat to slightly ascending disc.
It is crebrw in honey production as the flowers are heavy in nectar and pollen;  the resulting honey produced by bees is light-coloured and delicately flavoured. If the file lacks a description you can check edits the uploader made just after uploading this file with this tool. Flower buds and leaves. We have tentatively included E. Despite comments by Bean relating to these two specieswe have here retained a broader concept of E. Pale bluish green in colour, usually due to a thin waxy or powdery covering that is easily rubbed off.
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Adult leaves in eucalypts occur in eucaluptus trees or mallees. The juvenile leaves are slightly broader than normal but do not differ substantially from those in E.
This identification key and fact sheets are available as a free mobile application: It is an important source of nectar in the honey industry and its hard, strong timber is used in construction. In this key, leaves alternating up the stem, arranged in a spiral up the stem, or scattered along the stems are all keyed as alternating. Of leaves, arranged singly at different levels of the stem.
This media file is either in the eucalypttus domain or published under a free licenseand contains no inbound file links. The related and sometimes co-occurring E.
Royal Botanic Gardens website. In some eucalypts, adult leaves never or rarely form. Coloured structures forming the inner ring of leaf-like structures in a flower. The trees may be fairly close together or far apart.