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XLIII. E. hemiphloia F.v.M. var. microcarpa Maiden.

As, in my view, it is impossible to understand what is attributed to E. Woollsiana without comparison with E. hemiphloia var., microcarpa, I bring it forward under review at this place, with some additional localities. The variety is described at Part XI, p. 18, of the present work.

Illustrations.—Plate 50, figs. 7–17, Part XI of this work.

Synonym.

E. Woollsiana R. T. Baker, partim. “The Woollsiana No. 2” of J. H. Maiden in Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W., xxix, 764 (1904).

Range.

This is stated at Part XI, p. 18. The localities there given have been checked and confirmed, and I desire to give the following additional ones:—

New South Wales.

Deniliquin, rare, believed to be “Black Box” (O. Wilshire).

“Black Box,” flats near creek, Experiment Farm, Bomen (Dr. H. I. Jensen).

About 50 feet, with grey granulated bark. Extension of Barns' No. 8 Line, East Mirrool (W. D. Campbell, No. 33). Tree of 50 feet, timber pale. At 3,000 feet on Line 3, Parish of Yenda, East Mirrool (W. D. Campbell, No. 56). Grey Box, very common here. Temora to Morangarell (Rev. J. W. Dwyer, No. 137). Tree of 40 feet, Temora to Mirrool (Rev. J. W. Dwyer, No. 197).

“Narrow-leaved Box.” Mulyandey State Forest on the new Grenfell road, 16 miles from Forbes (Forest Guard C. O. Love).




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West Wyalong (F. W. Wakefield). Temora. The commonest Box about Temora to Wyalong (Rev. J. W. Dwyer). Cootamundra to Temora (Rev. J. W. Dwyer, No. 205). A tall Box. Ardlethan, Temora to Griffith Line (J. L. Boorman).

White or Grey Box, Condobolin (R. H. Cambage).

Wongoni near Dunedoo (Andrew Murphy).

Queensland.

Inglewood (J. L. Boorman).

Affinities.

The relations of E. hemiphloia (including this variety) and other species will be found stated at Part XI, p. 19. Its relations with what is stated to be E. Woollsiana will be found discussed at p. 203 of the present Part.

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