Plate 195.

Plate 195: EUCALYPTUS PILLIGAENSIS Maiden (1, 2). EUCALYPTUS PENRITHENSIS Maiden (3), which = E. Marsdeni C. Hall (4). EUCALYPTUS MICRANTHERA F.v.M. (5) [See also Plate 88.]Lithograph by Margaret Flockton.

E. Pilligaensis Maiden.

  • 1a. Juvenile leaves; 1b, mature leaves and immature buds; 1c, fruits. Narrabri, N.S.W. (J. H. Maiden.) The type.
  • 2a. Twig with almost ripe buds; 2b, anther. Bingara, N.S.W. (E. H. F. Swain.)

E. Penrithensis Maiden.

(Of which E. Marsdeni C. Hall is a synonym.)

  • 3a. Intermediate leaf; 3b, mature leaf; 3c, buds; 3d, front and back views of anther; 3e, fruits. Two miles east of Penrith, N.S.W. (J. L. Boorman and J.H.M.) The type of E. Penrithensis.
  • 4a. Mature leaf; 4b, buds; 4c, front and back views of anther; 4d, fruits. Toongabbie, near Parramatta, N.S.W. (Cuthbert Hall.) This is the type of E. Marsdeni C. Hall, which, in my view, is identical with E. Penrithensis.

E. micranthera F.v.M.

(See also Part XX, Plate 88.) In the former Plate the fruit is not given, as it was then unknown.

  • 5a. Buds; 5b, fruits. Alexander River, Western Australia. (H. P. Turnbull.)