Eucalyptus Salubris

January 5, 2013 by  

Eucalyptus Salubris, Eucalyptus salubris is widespread in the Avon Wheatbelt and Coolgardie regions of southwest Western Australia, extending from Mullewa in the north to as far east as Laverton and the plains north of Mt Ragged [1,2]. It is usually a small to medium-sized tree 8–15 m. The trunks and upper limbs are usually spirally fluted, particularly in younger trees. The main habitat of E. salubris is on plains or diffuse valleys, growing on sandy loams or clay loams, often in pure stands.

This species flowers during September to December [1,3]. Seed capsules persist on trees until at least the following spring and abundant quantities are often present on this species. There are about 400 viable seeds per gram; seeds start to germinate in about 10 days if grown at 15-20°C with no pretreatment required .

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