|Eucalyptus fraxinoides, Mount Budawang, Australia|
H.Deane & Maiden
Eucalyptus fraxinoides, the White Ash is a eucalyptus tree of mountain country of south eastern New South Wales. Eucalyptus fraxinoides is a medium to large tree, usually 20 to 40 metres tall, sometimes with a leaning trunk. The trunk is marked with broad descending coppery coloured scribbles. The gumnuts are truncate - globose, slightly urn shaped, with a small opening.
Fraxinus americana (American Ash) is also commonly referred to as White Ash.
- Brooker, I. & Kleinig, D., Eucalyptus, An illustrated guide to identification, Reed Books, Melbourne, 1996
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