Eucalypts are woody plants belonging to three closely related genera: Eucalyptus, Corymbia and Angophora. The over 700 species are mostly native to Australia.

Connected Sites

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Australian Convict Sites Great North Road within Dharug National Park is within Blue Gum forest
Gondwana Rainforests Eucalyptus andrewsii at high altitudes and by tallowwood E. microcorys - E. saligna and then tallowwood-blue gum (AB ev)
Greater Blue Mountains The predominant natural vegetation of the higher ridges is eucalyptus forest (wiki)
Kakadu National Park .. several endemic plants that are only found in Kakadu such as Eucalyptus koolpinensis (wiki)
Ningaloo Coast These landscapes support sparse eucalypt woodlands (UNEP-WCMC)
Purnululu National Park
Rainforests of the Atsinanana Fire induced invasive plant species such as Eucalypts are a potential problem on the higher altitude western side of Ranomafana National Park (AB ev)
Sintra The northern slopes of the Serra with their extensive forests of ... eucalyptus (AB ev)
Tasmanian Wilderness extensive tracts of tall eucalypt forest (AB ev)
Western Ghats Eucalyptus plantations
Wet Tropics of Queensland dominated by flooded gum Eucalyptus arandis (AB ev)


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