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Eucalyptus oxymitra x sessilis, Sharp-capped Mallee.
Bark of trunks more or less rough with grey-brown imperfectly decorticated ribbons, smooth grey and creamy above.
A mallee of remote areas in central Australia, from south-west of Warburton, Western Australia, north-east to the Rawlinson Ranges, the south-western Northern Territory east to the MacDonnell Ranges, and south to the Everard Ranges, South Australia; on sandplains and dunes, and also on rocky slopes. Bark rough on lower trunk otherwise smooth, branchlets and buds usually glaucous, leaves grey-blue to pale yellow green.
Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia
Australian Wildflowers and Native Plants 26/09/2021
Western Australia 27/09/2021
September 26th, 2021
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