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Explanation of Plates (200–203).

Plate 200.

Plate 200: EUCALYPTUS DREPANOPHYLLA F.v.M. Lithograph by Margaret Flockton.



E. drepanophylla F.v.M.

  • 1a. Twigs with flower buds; 1b, three views of an anther. Port Denison, Queensland (John Dallachy). The type.
  • 2a. Juvenile leaf; 2b and 2c, two leaves, nearly mature and mature; 2d, buds and flowers. Mount Elliott, Queensland (J. Fitzalan). Labelled E. drepanophylla by Mueller.
  • 3a. Long mature leaf; 3b, leaf, bud, and flowers; 3c, three views of an anther; 3d, small globular fruits the tips of the valves slightly exsert. Eidsvold, Queensland (Dr. T. L. Bancroft). I look upon this as a transit form between E. drepanophylla and E. crebra.
  • 4a. Two views of an anther; 4b, 4c, panicles of fruits. Stannary Hills, North Queensland (Dr. T. L. Bancroft). I look upon these specimens also as showing transit between E. drepanophylla and E. crebra.
  • 5a, 5b. Juvenile leaves. Mount Perry, Queensland (J. L. Boorman).
  • 6a, 6b. Juvenile leaves grown in the Botanic Gardens, Sydney, from seed, from Eidsvold, Queensland (W. F. Blakely).

Plate 201.

Plate 201: EUCALYPTUS LEPTOPHLEBA F.v.M. (See also Plate 48, Figs. 3-5.) Lithograph by Margaret Flockton.



E. leptophleba F.v.M.

  • 1a. Juvenile leaf; 1b, small juvenile leaf; 1c, intermediate leaf; 1d, mature leaf; 1e, buds and flowers; 1f, fruits. Stannary Hills, North Queensland (Dr. T. L. Bancroft).

Plate 202.

Plate 202: EUCALYPTUS DALRYMPLEANA Maiden (1,2). EUCALYPTUS DICHROMOPHLOIA F.v.M. (3). Lithograph by Margaret Flockton.



E. Dalrympleana Maiden.

  • 1a. Broad juvenile leaves; 1b, pointed buds; 1c, twig with buds and flowers; 1d, fruits. Tumberumba, New South Wales (W. A. W. de Beuzeville). The type.
  • 2a, 2b. Juvenile leaves of various widths, but most of the specimens available certainly broad. Chimney Pot Hill, Hobart, Tasmania (L. Rodway). These are probably, but not certainly, E. Dalrympleana.

E. dichromophloia F.v.M.

  • 3a. Juvenile leaves in the earliest stage; 3b, juvenile leaf, further advanced; 3c, a coarse leaf in the intermediate stage; 3d, a large, speckled fruit. Old Battery, Eidsvold, Queensland (Dr. T. L. Bancroft).

Plate 203.

Plate 203: EUCALYPTUS HILLII Maiden. Lithograph by Margaret Flockton.



E. Hillii. Maiden.

  • 1a. Juvenile leaf; 1b, 1c, intermediate, almost mature leaves; 1d, twig with buds and very early fruits; 1e, three views of an anther. Bathurst Island, Northern Territory (Gerald F. Hill). The type.
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