Eucalyptus - part 1: species with forestry potential in the British Isles

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Leslie, Andrew; Purse, John;
  • Publisher: Royal Forestry Society
  • Subject: Z745 | Z691

The genus Eucalyptus is part of the Myrtaceae family and contains over 700 species with all but two tropical species being endemic to Australia (Brooker, 2000). The wide range of habitats present in Australia has fostered a high degree of genetic variation both between ... View more
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