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Ian Brooker and David Kleinig cover 200 of the most common species of eucalypts from all over Australia. Each is described fully, with clear photographs and a distribution map. Colour illustrations demonstrating distinguishing characteristics of each species (eg. photos of gum nuts, buds, foliage)
Australia's bush and cities alike are dominated by eucalypts, in habitats as diverse as desert dunes and snowy mountain tops. Their uses are as varied: from commercial harvesting for essential oil, timber or fibre, to species with spectacular flowers that are prized by gardeners as ornamental trees.