Volume 4, Number 6
Trees of Western Australia. 101. The Salt River Mallett (Eucalyptus sargentii Maiden). 102. The Two-Winged Gimley (Eucalyptus diptera C.). 103. Eucalyptus Burdettiana Blakely et Steedman. 104. The Moort (Eucalyptus platypus Hook)
Charles Austin Gardner
Editor: E.H. Lawson
Cover picture: The pear-fruited gum is named Eucalyptus stoatei in honour of a former Conservator of Forests in Western Australia, Dr T N Stoate. He first discovered it in the Ravensthorpe District to which it is restricted. This attractive species is dealt with in the Journal of Agriculture, August 1952, under No 5 of the series “Trees of Western Australia”.
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