Vascular Plants

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Chippendale, G.M. (September 1976), Eucalyptus nomenclature. Australian Forest Research 7(2) : 69-107 (Paper) Chippendale, G.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Eucalyptus andrewsii Maiden subsp. andrewsii
  2. Eucalyptus approximans Maiden subsp. approximans
  3. Eucalyptus baxteri (Benth.) Maiden & Blakely ex J.M.Black var. baxteri
  4. Eucalyptus blakelyi Maiden var. blakelyi
  5. Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh. var. camaldulensis
  6. Eucalyptus forrestiana Diels subsp. forrestiana
  7. Eucalyptus leucoxylon F.Muell. var. leucoxylon
  8. Eucalyptus loxophleba Benth. subsp. loxophleba
  9. Eucalyptus macrorhyncha F.Muell. ex Benth. subsp. macrorhyncha
  10. Eucalyptus moorei Maiden & Cambage var. moorei
  11. Eucalyptus parramattensis E.C.Hall var. parramattensis
  12. Eucalyptus peltata Benth. subsp. peltata
  13. Eucalyptus platyphylla F.Muell. var. platyphylla
  14. Eucalyptus propinqua H.Deane & Maiden var. propinqua
  15. Eucalyptus punctata DC. var. punctata
  16. Eucalyptus radiata Sieber ex DC. subsp. radiata
  17. Eucalyptus spathulata Hook. subsp. spathulata
  18. Eucalyptus viridis R.T.Baker var. viridis

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