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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).
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