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Get to know more about Eucalypts with the 'Growing and Knowing Eucalypts' ebook, which is a comprehensive guide to Eucalypts. The ebook will help you to understand the different classifications and varieties of Eucalypts. This ebook has 207 pages of information about Eucalypts and wonderful photographs to help you learn more about Eucalypts.

  • Over 200 colour photos

There are so many varieties of Eucalypts and many different characteristics such as- lignotubers, foliage, flowers, fruit & growth habit. Originally, when first named in 1789, all Eucalypts were classified into the same genus; “Eucalyptus”. In 1797 seven of the species (all native to NSW or Qld) were split off and placed in a different genus that was given the name “Angophora”. More recently, another split has been made to separate a large number of species into a third genus "Corymbia" (though there is arguably some controversy surrounding this reclassification)

The main and most obvious differences:
- Eucalyptus: flowers have no petals; flower buds have an operculum (i.e. cap).
- Angophora: flowers have tiny petals; flower buds have no operculum.
- Corymbia and Angophora flowers occur on corymbs where flower stalks develop from different levels on the stem.

There are around 800 species of Eucalypts known to exist, and acknowledged by at least some experts; although the overall classification and naming of Eucalypt species has been, and continues to be uncertain.

This ebook looks at the classification of Eucalypts, the differentiating characteristics, the cultivation of Eucalypts, Angophora, Bloodwoods and Ghost Gums and Eucalyptus.



Table of Contents
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CREDITS

CHAPTER 1 CLASSIFICATION OF EUCALYPTS

CHAPTER 2 DIFFERENTIATING CHARACTERISTICS

Lignotubers
Epicormic Buds
Bark Variations
Foliage
Flowers
Fruit
Growth Habit

CHAPTER 3 CULTIVATION OF EUCALYPTS
Problems Affecting Eucalypts
Propagation
Uses
Problems that Eucalypts can Cause

CHAPTER 4 ANGOPHORA
General Characteristics of Angophora
Angophora bakeri
Angophora x clelandii
Angophora cordifolia
Angophora costata (syn A. lanceolata)
Angophora floribunda (Syn. A. intermedia)
Angophora hispida (syn. A. cordifolia)
Angophora intermedia
Angophora lanceolata
Angophora melanoxylon
Angophora subvelutina
Angophora woodsiana (syn Angophora floribunda var. woodsiana)

CHAPTER 5 BLOODWOODS AND GHOST GUMS
Corymbia or Eucalyptus
SELECTED CORYMBIAS
Corymbia aparrerinja (syn Eucalyptus papuana or C. papuana)
Corymbia calophylla (Eucalyptus calophylla)
Corymbia citriodora (syn. Eucalyptus citriodora)
Corymbia eximia (syn. Eucalyptus eximia)
Corymbia ficifolia
Corymbia gummifera
Corymbia intermedia
Corymbia maculata
Corymbia ptychocarpa (syn. Eucalyptus ptychocarpa)

CHAPTER 6 EUCALYPTUS
Eucalyptus alaticaulis
Eucalyptus alligatrix
Eucalyptus x alpina
Eucalyptus amplifolia
Eucalyptus andrewsii
Eucalyptus archeri
Eucalyptus baueriana
Eucalyptus bridgesiana
Eucalyptus bigalerita
Eucalyptus botyroides
Eucalyptus brandiana
Eucalyptus caesia
Eucalyptus calcicola
Eucalyptus caleyi
Eucalyptus calophylla
Eucalyptus cinerea
Eucalyptus citriodora
Eucalyptus cladocalyx
Eucalyptus camaldulensis
Eucalyptus canaliculata
Eucalyptus coccifera
Eucalyptus conferruminata (syn E. lehmannii)
Eucalyptus copulans
Eucalyptus crebra
Eucalyptus crenulata
Eucalyptus crucis
Eucalyptus curtisii
Eucalyptus dalrympleana
Eucalyptus dawsonii
Eucalyptus deanei
Eucalyptus deglupta
Eucalyptus delegatensis (syn. E. gigantea)
Eucalyptus desmondensis
Eucalyptus elata
Eucalyptus exima
Eucalyptus exserta
Eucalyptu fasciculosa
Eucalyptus fastigata Syn. Eucalyptus regnans fastigata
Eucalyptus formanii
Eucalyptus gardneri
Eucalyptus glaucescens
Eucalyptus globulus (syn. E. globulus subsp. globulus)
Eucalyptus gomphocephala
Eucalyptus grandis
Eucalyptus gregsoniana
Eucalyptus grossa (syn. Eucalyptus incrassata grossa)
Eucalyptus gunnii
Eucalyptus haemastoma
Eucalyptus intermedia
Eucalyptus kingsmillii (syn. Eucalyptus pyriformis var. kingsmillii)
Eucalyptus laeliae
Eucalyptus lansdowneana
Eucalyptus lehmannii
Eucalyptus leucoxylon
Eucalyptus longifolia
Eucalyptus loxophleba
Eucalyptus maculata
Eucalyptus macrocarpa
Eucalyptus maidenii (syn. E. globulus subsp. maidenii – accepted name)
Eucalyptus mannifera
Eucalyptus marginata
Eucalyptus megacarpa
Eucalyptus megacornuta
Eucalyptus melliodora
Eucalyptus microcorys
Eucalyptus muelleriana (Syn. E. pilularus ssp. muelleriana)
Eucalyptus multicaulis
Eucalyptus neglecta
Eucalyptus nicholii
Eucalyptus niphohila
Eucalyptus obliqua
Eucalyptus orbifolia (syn. E. websteriana)
Eucalyptus pachyphylla
Eucalyptus pauciflora
Eucalyptus perriniana
Eucalyptus pilularis
Eucalyptus piperita
Eucalyptus platypus
Eucalyptus pleurocarpa (Syn. E. tetragona)
Eucalyptus polyanthemos
Eucalyptus polybractea
Eucalyptus preissiana
Eucalyptus ptychocarpa
Eucalyptus pulchella
Eucalyptus pulverulenta
Eucalyptus pyriformis
Eucalyptus racemosa (syn. E. signata)
Eucalyptus regnans
Eucalyptus rhodantha
Eucalyptus risdonii
Eucalyptus robusta
Eucalyptus rossii (syn E. racemosa ssp. rossii)
Eucalyptus rudis
Eucalyptus scoparia
Eucalyptus sepulcralis
Eucalyptus sideroxylon
Eucalyptus smithii
Eucalyptus spathulata (Syn. E. occidentalis ssp. spathulata)
Eucalyptus stellulata
Eucalyptus tenuiramis
Eucalyptus tetragona
Eucalyptus torquata
Eucalyptus tricarpa (syn. E. sideroxylon ssp. tricarpa)
Eucalyptus urnigera
Eucalyptus verrucata (syn. E. verrucosa; E. x alpina)
Eucalyptus viminalis
Eucalyptus viridis
Eucalyptus websteriana
Eucalyptus willisii
Eucalyptus woodwardii
Eucalyptus youngiana (syn. E. pyriformis ssp. youngiana)

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