The variety grandiflora, of Bentham (B.F1.   The specific epithet (resinifera) is from the Latin resiniferus meaning "resin-bearing". Valves 4-5, exserted. Adult leaves disjunct, lanceolate, 9–16 cm long, 2–4 cm wide, dark green, glossy, discolorous, penniveined. Eucalyptus polyanthemos, commonly known as red box, is a species of small to medium-sized tree, that is native to eastern Australia but has been introduced into other countries. Eucalyptus robusta belongs to a group of eight species of spongy red-barked gum trees known as red mahoganies in the section Annulares, and is closely related to the bangalay and red mahogany (E. resinifera). It is distinguished from them by its larger flowers and fruit. 679)". It grows best in areas where annual daytime temperatures are within the range 16 - 34°c, but can tolerate 6 - 38°c The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as an accepted name (record 73786) with original publication details: J. Voy. E. resinifera has been exported for use as a crop plant on plantations in varying locales in Africa (Madagascar, South Africa and Zimbabwe), Western Europe (Italy and Portugal), and the U.S. (Hawaiian Islands). It has smooth bark, glossy green, lance-shaped, curved or elliptical leaves, flower buds in groups of between nine and fifteen, white flowers and cup-shaped, hemispherical or conical fruit. Autor(es) Albert, Federico. A tall, single-trunked tree with rough, reddish, stringy Media in category "Eucalyptus resinifera" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Eucalyptus (family Myrtaceae). niphophila, commonly known as snow gum, is a small tree or large shrub that is native to a few mountain peaks in eastern Australia. One of the red mahoganies, E. resinifera, shares the very thick, rough, fibrous bark, strongly discolorous leaves with wide-angled venation, and fruit with exserted valves. Toxicity of the E. resinifera EO is due to a synergy involving 1,8-cineole, α-pinene and p-cymene.. The record derives from WCSP which reports it as an accepted name (record 73786) with original publication details: J. Voy. It has fibrous bark on the trunk and larger branches, smooth greyish to cream-coloured bark above, or smooth bark throughout. Flowering occurs in December and the flowers are white. Eucalyptus resinifera Taxonomy ID: 1711506 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid1711506) current name is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Eucalyptus (family Myrtaceae). There is at least one E. nicholii, also with Pre-Registration process . Extractives and their physically modified derivatives. Figures Fig. Toxicity of the E. resinifera EO is due to a synergy involving 1,8-cineole, α-pinene and p-cymene.. John Rawlings A tall, single-trunked tree with rough, reddish, stringy bark that extends over the branches and has dense, red wood that reminded early Australian colonists of Jamaican mahogany. This taxon is a resprouter, via both epicormic and basal growth; it stores non-dormant seed in the canopy, which is dispersed via the wind; there is post-fire The reddish brown bark is very stringy, fibrous in texture and can exude some resin (2). ˛ ... Red Stringybark8Eucalyptus resinifera9. ... Eucalyptus Resinifera. Eucalyptus. Eucalyptus resinifera Sm. Eucalyptus resinifera Sm. The oldest known examples of eucalypt fossils are 52 million-year-old flowers, fruits and leaves found in Patagonia. Eucalyptus loxophleba, commonly known as York gum, daarwet, goatta, twotta or yandee is a species of tree or mallee that is endemic to Western Australia. Eucalyptus resinifera (L. resinifera = "resin bearing"), known as the Red Mahogany, is a common eucalyptus tree of eastern Australia. Revista CIFOR. Red Mahogany Eucalyptus resinifera. Eucalyptus resinifera en la REPSA se realizó el primer es-tudio sobre este tema entre 1989 y 1990 (Segura-Bur-ciaga, 1995). hemilampra (F.Müll.) 365 Free images of Eucalyptus. A Field Guide to Eucalypts Volume 1 Brooker & Kleinig page 135, Larouse Pocket Guide Trees of Britain and Europe page 164, "Common Forest Trees of Hawaii (USDA Agriculture Handbook No. El Eucalyptus citriodora es originario de Queensland, Australia, puede proveer un buen fuste de madera dura y, al mismo tiempo, de sus hojas se puede extraer una esencia que posee valor comercial cuando su contenido de citronelal es superior al 60%. It has a straight trunk with rough, fibrous to stringy bark on the lower half of the trunk, smooth white bark above, lance-shaped to curved adult leaves, flower buds in groups of between seven and fifteen, white flowers and barrel-shaped or hemispherical fruit.