Eucalyptus calycogona subsp. miracula (Myrtaceae), a new subspecies from the central wheatbelt of Western Australia

A new subspecies of Eucalyptus calycogona described, differing from the other three subspecies of E. calycogona by the waxy branchlets, buds and fruits, the generally broader, dull adult leaves which are bluish at least when new, the consistently elliptical to ovate seedling leaves, and the generally larger flower buds and fruits. The new ubspecies is distributed on the eastern edge of the central wheatbelt in Western Australia, to the north-west of the distribution of subsp. calycogona. A key to E. ser. Heterostemones Benth., a map indicating the distribution of E. calycogona in Western Australia, and illustration of the holotype and habit of E. calycogona subsp. miracula D.Nicolle & M.E.French are included.