|Camden Woollybutt at Bowral, Australia|
H. Deane & Maiden
Eucalyptus macarthurii (Camden Woollybutt or Paddy's River Box) is a medium-size tree (to 45 m) endemic to New South Wales, Australia. It is native in the Moss Vale District and South of Jenolan. They surround Bradman Oval, at Bowral.
The juvenile leaves are up to 4.5 cm wide. Adult leaves are more slender, up to 13 cm long and 1.5 cm wide. The bark is shortly fibrous.
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