1. Factsheet - Eucalyptus Globoidea Link to Images on Flickr
2. Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakely Show All Show Tabs
3. Eucalyptus Globoidea has stringy bark to the smaller branches, glossy green concolorous adult leaves, fusiform buds, and crowded truncate-globose but not laterally compressed fruit, usually with a descending disc. Juvenile leaves are ovate and scabrid for many pairs.
Globoidea, Glossy, Green, Globose
4. Eucalyptus Globoidea (White stringybark) is a species which grows well across a range of sites, and produces Class 2 durable timber which is heavy, versatile and attractive
5. Globoidea has good natural form and self-pruning ability
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7. Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakley is of particular interest and has been planted in trials throughout New Zealand. A complete set of preliminary growth and yield models for this species will satisfy the initial information requirements for diversifying New Zealand’s plantation forest industry.
8. In this study, three different hybrid growth and yield approaches for modelling height growth and survival were tested, culminating in models being developed for Eucalyptus Globoidea and E
9. Globoidea at yields of up to 74.5%, but variation in the existing resource (which has not been genetically improved) was large
10. Globoidea, Latin, a reference to the globular appearance of the clustered fruits.
11. Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakely APNI* Synonyms: Eucalyptus oblonga var
12. Rugulosa Blakely APNI* Eucalyptus Globoidea var
13. (Redirected from Eucalyptus oblonga) Eucalyptus Globoidea, commonly known as the white stringybark, is a tree that is endemic to near-coastal areas of south-eastern Australia.
14. Globoidea veneers were used to manu-facture pure eucalypts LVL and mixed LVL with radiata pine veneers to investigate the bonding performances
15. Globoidea trees with straight form were ran-domly chosen and felled from a 30-year-old stand in the lower North Island (latitude 40° 11′ 12" S, longitude
16. Globoidea height growth and survival proportion were modelled against topographic and environmental microsite characteristics as independent variables
17. Preferred name: Eucalyptus Globoidea ; Authority: Blakely ; Propose photo
18. Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakely appears in other Kew resources: IPNI - The International Plant Names Index
19. Eucalyptus Globoidea is susceptible to myrtle rust (caused by Austropuccinia psidii)
20. Globoidea in 2006 by CHAH, Australian Plant Census (APC).
21. Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakely, J
22. White Stringybark (Eucalyptus Globoidea), the bark of Stringybarks can be pulled off in long strips
23. Globoidea Blakely (white stringybark) are two important timber species from East Gippsland, Victoria, where their regeneration following timber harvesting is usually attempted using the seed tree silvicultural system
24. Eucalyptus Globoidea was apparently sensitive to assumed higher soil moisture levels and reduced growth, but the species could withstand drier conditions
25. Eucalyptus Globoidea : Source: Myrtaceae of North America Update, database (version 2011) Acquired: 2011 : Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora of North America Expertise Network, in connection with an update for USDA PLANTS (2007-2010) Reference for: Eucalyptus Globoidea : Publication(s): Author(s)/Editor(s): Publication Date:
26. Species Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakely P: Species Eucalyptus globulus Labill
27. FOR EUCALYPTUS BOSISTOANA AND EUCALYPTUS Globoidea IN NEW ZEALAND ----- A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Forestry Science by Thai Son Le ----- New Zealand School of Forestry University of Canterbury 2018 g fg fg fg
28. Globoidea, developed from sparse available data by use of algebraic difference approach (ADA) equations.
29. Globoidea is one of the top ranked species in that list and is commonly classified into the stringybark group
30. Globoidnan A From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Globoidnan A is a lignan found in Eucalyptus Globoidea, a tree native to Australia
31. Globoidea on a uniform sand site and were monitored for the period from February to December 1991
32. Distinguished from Eucalyptus Globoidea by its blue-green crown, fruit quite deformed by close packing and coppice leaves that soon become glabrous
Globoidea, Green, Glabrous
33. Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakely; Eucalyptus Globoidea Blakely is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Eucalyptus (family Myrtaceae)
34. Properties of rotary peeled veneer and laminated veneer lumber (LVL) from New Zealand grown Eucalyptus Globoidea (2018)
35. Eucalyptus Globoidea - White Stringybark quantity