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Taxonomy and autecology of the grey box (Eucalyptus moluccana roxb. s. lat.) - Myrtaceae

Gillison, Andrew Napier


Grey box forms part of a woodland complex that is restricted to the eastern part of Australia from 170 to 35° S. Lat. and occurs within a range of about 1 x 106 km2. It is not an important timber species although it has some significant uses. It is of indirect importance as it is related to lands of high agronomic value in New South Wales and is also a significant component of woodlands in Queensland. Apart from the geographic extent of the complex it is also comprised of a number of...[Show more]

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Date published: 1976
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d7639bfc1131


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