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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Keywords

Western Australia, Trees of Western Australia, Coolabah

First Page Number

50

Last Page Number

52

Abstract

The coolabah and the grey box are two common tropical trees which closely resemble each other in bark, foliage and other characters, but which differ widely in their soil requirements and in their timbers. Both are numbered among the most valuable trees of the Kimberley district because of the strength and durability of their exceedingly hard timbers and their resistance to the ravages of the termite.

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