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Eucalyptus camaldulensis subsp. camaldulensis

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Eucalyptus camaldulensis subsp. camaldulensis at Wodonga - 8 Dec 2020
Eucalyptus camaldulensis subsp. camaldulensis at Wodonga - 8 Dec 2020
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Eucalyptus camaldulensis subsp. camaldulensis 8 Dec 2020 Alburyconservationcompany
Unidentified 8 Dec 2020 Kyliegw

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Biggest gum tree I've seen for ages. Had to get some photos. Can you ID it by looking at it like this? The first pic is the bottom half, the other the full tree.

5 comments

   8 Dec 2020
On the Kiewa River, even without looking closely at the buds and fruit, looking at the overall tree it has to be River Red Gum :)
   8 Dec 2020
Kyliegw, in future when you record a big tree like this one if you can add some details about hollows that would be awesome too, only if you have time. That will add to the 520+ hollow bearing trees we recorded in a project a few years ago in Thurgoona Wirlinga. That particular dataset will be added to this site soon :)
Kyliegw wrote:
   8 Dec 2020
There were way more than 10 hollows. But to count them all I would have needed binoculars and a system (how do you know when you have already counted that one as you go round?)There is long grass ground 3/4 of it and a fence not too far away. It also had lots of burlish lumps which may have had cracks in them. I have not seen alot of birds in this tree nor nesting activity. A Whistling Kite flew over it but went across the river to a different tree.
   10 Dec 2020
Hi Kyliegw, when you add a sighting, add tree details and when you get to 'Gum Trees' the 'hollow-bearing tree' tab automatically pops up. Within that contains the options of:
*1 hollow in tree
*2-5 hollows
*5-10 hollows
*more than 10 hollows.
Therefore if there are heaps like in this instance, simply tick the last option and job done.
Hope this helps, cheers :)
Kyliegw wrote:
   10 Dec 2020
TY. That's what I did when I posted it. I thought you must need more detail than that. :)

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  • 8 Dec 2020 04:45 PM Recorded on
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