|Big Badga Gum|
Beuzev. & M.B.Welch
Only occurring in wet forest, on hills and plateaux of far south eastern New South Wales. Soils are relatively fertile and rainfall is high. It may be locally frequent.
A medium to tall tree, up to 40 metres in height. Rough bark is persistent on the lower parts of the trunk. However it is whitish/grey and smooth above or sometimes a smooth brownish/green. The bark sheds in long strips.
Leaves are a thin lanceolate shape, 8 to 20 cm long, and 0.7 to 1.5 cm wide. The same dull colour green above and below the leaf. Gumnuts are bell shaped, around 4 mm long and 4 mm wide. The three or four valves prominently protrude from the gumnut.
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