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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