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Terms: Habit: mallee

Myrtaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 322 (1789)
Eucalyptus L'Her.
Sert.Angl. (1789)
Eucalyptus calcicola Brooker
Hamelin Bay Mallee; Nuytsia 1:302-305 (1974)
Eucalyptus calcicola subsp. unita D.Nicolle
Warramurrup Mallee; Nuytsia 15:71-74, Fig. 2B (2002)
Eucalyptus calycogona Turcz.
Gooseberry Mallee; Bull.Cl.Phys.-Math.Acad.Imp.Sci.Saint-Pétersbourg 10:338 (1852)
Eucalyptus calycogona Turcz. subsp. calycogona
Square-Fruited Mallee;
Eucalyptus campaspe S.Moore
Silver Gimlet; J.Linn.Soc.,Bot. 34:193 (1898)
Eucalyptus capillosa Brooker & Hopper
Wheabelt Wandoo; Nuytsia 8:41, Figs 7, 8, 16, 17 (1991)
Eucalyptus capillosa subsp. polyclada Brooker & Hopper
Mallee Wandoo; Nuytsia 8:45-47, Figs 16, 18 (1991)
Eucalyptus captiosa Brooker & Hopper
Jerramungup Mallee; Nuytsia 9:55-57, Fig. 25 (1993)
Eucalyptus carnei C.A.Gardner
Carne's Blackbutt; J.Roy.Soc.Western Australia 14:82 (1929)
Eucalyptus celastroides Turcz.
Mirret; Bull.Cl.Phys.-Math.Acad.Imp.Sci.Saint-Pétersbourg 10:338 (1852)
Eucalyptus celastroides Turcz. subsp. celastroides
Mirret;
Eucalyptus celastroides subsp. virella Brooker
Wheatbelt Mallee; Nuytsia 5:359-365 (1986)
Eucalyptus ceracea Brooker & Done
Seppelt Range Gum; Nuytsia 5:382-385,Figs 1-2 (1986)
Eucalyptus cerasiformis Brooker & Blaxell
Cherry-fruited Mallee; Nuytsia 2:226-228 (1978)
Eucalyptus ceratocorys (Blakely) L.A.S.Johnson & K.D.Hill
Horn-capped Mallee; Fl.Australia 19:508 (1988)
Eucalyptus cernua Brooker & Hopper
Nodding Mallet; Nuytsia 14:342-343, Fig. 4B (2002)
Eucalyptus chlorophylla Brooker & Done
Nuytsia 5:389-390 (1986)
Eucalyptus clelandii (Maiden) Maiden
Cleland's Blackbutt; Crit.Revis.Eucalyptus 2:189 (1912)
Eucalyptus clivicola Brooker & Hopper
Green Mallet; Nuytsia 8:92-99, Figs 47, 48, 49 (1991)
Eucalyptus comitae-vallis Maiden
Comet Vale Mallee; Crit.Revis.Eucalyptus 6:431-432, Pl. 239, Fig. 1 (1923)

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