Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area Values Study in the Cessnock Local Government Area and Surrounds



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Eucalypt species recorded in Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area
The following Table A.1 is based on the records from Hager & Benson (2010) and Hamill & Tasker (2010). Please note potential additional species have not been included only those species that have been since formally described.

Table A. Eucalypts recorded in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area

  1. Scientific name

  1. Common name

  1. TSC Act1

  1. EPBC Act2

  1. Angophora bakeri

  1. Narrow-leaved Apple





  1. Angophora costata

  1. Smooth-barked Apple





  1. Angophora euryphylla

  1. Large-fruited Apple





  1. Angophora floribunda

  1. Rough-barked Apple





  1. Angophora hispida

  1. Dwarf Apple





  1. Corymbia exima

Yellow Bloodwood





  1. Corymbia gummiferia

  1. Red Bloodwood





  1. Corymbia maculata

  1. Spotted Gum





  1. Corymbia trachyphloia subsp. amphistomatica

  1. White Bloodwood





  1. Eucalyptus agglomerata

  1. Blue-leaved Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus aggregata

  1. Small-leaved Gum

  1. V



  1. Eucalyptus albens

  1. White Box





  1. Eucalyptus amplifolia

  1. Cabbage Gum





  1. Eucalyptus apiculata

  1. Wollondilly Mallee Ash





  1. Eucalyptus baeuerlenii

  1. Baeurerlen’s Gum





  1. Eucalyptus baueriana

  1. Blue Box





  1. Eucalyptus bensonii

  1. Benson’s Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus benthamii

  1. Nepean River Gum

  1. V

  1. V

  1. Eucalyptus beyeriana

  1. Beyer’s Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus bicostata

  1. Eurabbie





  1. Eucalyptus blakelyi

  1. Blakely’s Red Gum





  1. Eucalyptus blaxlandii

  1. Blaxland’s Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus bosistoana

  1. Bosisto’s Box





  1. Eucalyptus bridgesiana

  1. Apple Gum





  1. Eucalyptus burgessiana

  1. Burgess’s Mallee Ash





  1. Eucalyptus caleyi subsp. cayleyi

  1. Caley’s Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus camphora subsp. camphora

  1. Variable-leaved Swamp Gum





  1. Eucalyptus cannonii

  1. Capertee Stringybark

  1. V

V

  1. Eucalyptus capitellata

  1. Brown Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus conica

  1. Fuzzy Box





  1. Eucalyptus consideniana

  1. Yertchuk





  1. Eucalyptus corticosa

  1. Olinda Gum

  1. V



  1. Eucalyptus crebra

  1. Narrow-leaved Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus cunninghamii

  1. Cliff Mallee Ash





  1. Eucalyptus cypellocarpa

  1. Monkey Gum





  1. Eucalyptus dalrympleana subsp. dalrympleana

  1. Mountain Gum





  1. Eucalyptus dawsonii

  1. Slaty Gum





  1. Eucalyptus deanei

  1. Mountain Blue Gum





  1. Eucalyptus dendromorpha

  1. Southern Highlands Ash





  1. Eucalyptus dives

  1. Broad-leaved Peppermint





  1. Eucalyptus dwyeri

  1. Dwyer’s Red Gum





  1. Eucalyptus elata

  1. River Peppermint





  1. Eucalyptus eugenioides

  1. Thin-leaved Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus expressa (formerly Eucalyptus sp. aff. eugenioides)







  1. Eucalyptus fastigata

  1. Brown Barrel





  1. Eucalyptus fergusonii subsp. dorsiventralis

  1. Winged Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus fibrosa

  1. Broad-leaved Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus fracta

  1. Small-leaved Ironbark

  1. V



  1. Eucalyptus globoidea

  1. White Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus hypostomatica

  1. South Forest Box





  1. Eucalyptus laevopinea

  1. Silvertop Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus laophila

  1. Newnes Mallee Ash





  1. Eucalyptus ligustrina







  1. Eucalyptus macarthurii

  1. Paddy’s River Gum

  1. V



  1. Eucalyptus macrorhyncha

  1. Red Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus mannifera subsp. mannifers

  1. Blue Mountain Brittle Gum





  1. Eucalyptus mannifera subsp. gullickii







  1. Eucalyptus melliodora

  1. Yellow Box





  1. Eucalyptus michaeliana

  1. Michael’s Gum





  1. Eucalyptus moluccana

  1. Grey Box





  1. Eucalyptus moorei

  1. Narrow-leaved Sally





  1. Eucalyptus muelleriana

  1. Yellow Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus multicaulis

  1. Whipstick Ash





  1. Eucalyptus nobilis







  1. Eucalyptus notabilis

  1. Mountain Mahogany





  1. Eucalyptus nubila

  1. Blue-leaved Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus obiliqua

  1. Messmate





  1. Eucalyptus oreades

  1. Blue Mountains Ash





  1. Eucalyptus ovata

  1. Swamp Gum





  1. Eucalyptus paniculata subsp. paniculata

  1. Grey Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus parramattensis subsp. parramattensis

  1. Parramatta Red Gum





  1. Eucalyptus pauciflora

  1. Snow Gum





  1. Eucalyptus pilularis

  1. Blackbutt





  1. Eucalyptus piperita

  1. Sydney Peppermint





  1. Eucalyptus polyanthemos subsp. polyanthemos

  1. Red Box





  1. Eucalyptus praecox

  1. Round-leaved Brittle Gum





  1. Eucalyptus prominula

  1. Wollombi Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus punctata

  1. Grey Gum





  1. Eucalyptus quadrangulata

  1. Serrated-leaved Gum





  1. Eucalyptus radiata subsp. radiata

  1. Small-leaved Peppermint





  1. Eucalyptus ralla

  1. Nattai Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus resinifera subsp. resinifera

  1. Red Mahogany





  1. Eucalyptus rossii

  1. Inland Scribbly Gum





  1. Eucalyptus rubida subsp. rubida

  1. Candlebark





  1. Eucalyptus saligna

  1. Sydney Blue Gum





  1. Eucalyptus scias subsp. scias

  1. Large-fruited Red Mahogany





  1. Eucalyptus sclerophylla

  1. Hard-leaved Scribbly Gum





  1. Eucalyptus sideroxylon

  1. Mugga Ironbark





  1. Eucalyptus sieberi

  1. Silvertop Ash





  1. Eucalyptus smithii

  1. Gully Gum





  1. Eucalyptus sparsifolia

  1. Narrow-leaved Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus sp. Howes Swamp Creek (Doherty 26)



  1. E

  1. E

  1. Eucalyptus squamosa

  1. Scalybark





  1. Eucalyptus stellulata

  1. Black Sally





  1. Eucalyptus stricta

  1. Blue Mountains Mallee Ash





  1. Eucalyptus tenella

  1. Small-leaved Stringybark





  1. Eucalyptus tereticornis

  1. Forest Red Gum





  1. Eucalyptus viminalis

  1. Ribbon Gum




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