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Prefac e to the ﬁrst edition
Explanation of the Inﬂorescence and Fru its of 73 E pelllta F v M
Descri ption of Species belonging
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acuminate acute Anthers adnate Anthers versatile Bark rough Bark smooth Benth Bloodwood branches broad broadly lanceolate Buds and fruits Buds clavate Buds cylindroid Buds ovoid Buds pedicellate Buds sessile calyx calyx-tube campanulate cells cordate coriaceous costate Crit cylindroid deciduous disc small dorsal gland durable Eucalyptus feet high figs Filaments Flowers Fruit hemispherical Fruit pedicellate Fruit sessile glaucous globular Inflorescence Intermediate leaves alternate Ironbark Juvenile leaves opposite Key Euc large trees lata longa LXXV Maiden and Blakely Mallee matura Mature leaves alternate midrib Muell narrow-lanceolate number of pairs oblique oblong obovate obtuse opening in parallel Operculum conical Operculum hemispherical opposite for 3-4 orbicular pale green paniculate parallel slits Peduncles Peduncles compressed Peduncles terete pyriform redunca reniform River rostrate seedlings sessile to shortly shorter shortly petiolate species Stringybark subglaucous Subseries thick thin Timber pale truncate trunk turbinate Umbels axillary urceolate usually valves enclosed venation Wallangarra Wingello