Ulmus minor 'Picturata'
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No specimens are known to survive in Europe. Introduced to Australia, the tree was marketed in the early 20th century by the former Gembrook Nursery near Melbourne; it is not known whether the tree survives there.
- Ulmus campestris f. fol. picturatis: Dippel, Illustriertes Handbuch der Laubholzkunde, 2:25, 1892, described as having leaves spotted white.