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Nicolle 1302; Paluma, Paluma Range, northern Qld. 23 mm Visible oil gland frequency 860 cm-2 Ϯ͘ϱŵŵ ϱŵŵ C. Nicolle 1278; Springsure, central Qld. indd 34 29/03/13 12:53 PM 35 ŽƌLJŵďŝĂ ^ƵďŐĞŶƵƐŽƌLJŵďŝĂƐĞĐƟŽŶ^ĞƉƚĞŶƚƌŝŽŶĂůĞƐ ƐĞƌŝĞƐDĂĐƵůĂƚĂĞ The ‘spotted gums’. Three or four species, endemic to eastern Australia. Adult leaves concolorous, slightly glossy, green; intramarginal veins close to very close to leaf edge; •—„ƒ”‰‹ƒŽœ‘‡™‹–Šƒ•‹‰Ž‡Ž‹‡‘ˆƒ”‡‘Ž‡•Ǣ•‡…ondary veins mid-angled to widely-angled, pinnation dense; tertiary venation dense; with very numerous to extremely numerous, small, island oil glands.

Gilbertensis (Gilbert River ghost gum). Nicolle 6408; Croydon, northern Qld. 18 mm Visible oil gland frequency 0 cm-2 Ϯ͘ϱŵŵ C. aparrerinja (Central Australian ghost gum). T. 19 mm Visible oil gland frequency 0 cm-2 Ϯ͘ϱŵŵ ϱŵŵ C. grandifolia (large-leaved cabbage gum). T. indd 38 29/03/13 12:53 PM 39 ƵĐĂůLJƉƚƵƐ ƐƵďŐĞŶƵƐƵĚĞƐŵŝĂ A taxonomically distinct but morphologically diverse subgenus, especially considering it includes only about 25 species. Many of the species are restricted to the northern half of Australia, but with some species common in central Australia and others extending as far south as the south coast of Western Australia and the north coast of New ‘—–ŠƒŽ‡•Ǥ—†Ž‡†•–ƒ‹ƒŽϐ‹Žƒ‡–•ƒ”‡ƒ†‹•tinctive characteristic in many species of the subgenus.

Adult leaves concolorous, slightly glossy, green; intramarginal veins close to very close to leaf edge; •—„ƒ”‰‹ƒŽœ‘‡™‹–Šƒ•‹‰Ž‡Ž‹‡‘ˆƒ”‡‘Ž‡•Ǣ•‡…ondary veins mid-angled to widely-angled, pinnation dense; tertiary venation dense; with very numerous to extremely numerous, small, island oil glands. 33 mm Visible oil gland frequency 1400 cm-2 Ϯ͘ϱŵŵ C. citriodora (lemon-scented gum). Nicolle 702; Springsure, central Qld. 29 mm Visible oil gland frequency 1700 cm-2 Ϯ͘ϱŵŵ ϱŵŵ C. maculata (spotted gum).

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