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Unidentified at suppressed - 5 Nov 2022
Unidentified at suppressed - 5 Nov 2022
Unidentified at suppressed - 5 Nov 2022
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Identification history

Corymbia sp. 4 Jul 2024 Tapirlord
Eucalyptus bridgesiana 4 Jul 2024 CarbonAI
Unidentified 6 Nov 2022 KylieWaldon

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All were out, most were standing in flood water. Only one was covered in insects and its flowers looked tired and starting to go brown. No honeyeaters in them.

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Tapirlord wrote:
   4 Jul 2024
@Steve818 what do you reckon? I cannot imagine it is something locally native, so possibly a Corymbia?
Steve818 wrote:
   5 Jul 2024
@Tapirlord yes likely a planted Corymbia due to the terminal compound inflorescence. Tallowwoods are also planted and can look similar too as they also have terminal compound inflorescences, and bark can be similar colour but usually more fibrous. So a Corymbia is more likely.

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  • 1 metre to 5 metres Plant height
  • Alive / healthy Plant health
  • True In flower
  • True Tree(s) planted

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