Forest Red Gum, Bastard Box, Blue Gum, Flooded Gum, Grey Gum, Mountain Gum, Queensland Blue Gum, Red Gum, Red Ironbark, Red Irongum, Slaty Gum;    

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This massive tree was recorded while travelling on Chakrata-Tiuni Motor road..
All I know is, this is a Eucalyptus sp., though this also looks like E. tereticornis as my previous post..please suggest..


I also think closer to images at Eucalyptus tereticornis

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Ghodbunder Road (near Versova)- 02 AUG 09; from Delhi; Eucalyptus tereticornis from Delhi – efloraofindia | Google Groups

    

 

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Eucalyptus tereticornis

Photographed from Delhi.


Very nice

do you by any chance have the pictures of the trunk and bark, prefereably when NOT peeling and when pelling

if not can it be followed up?

if its easily reachable…


No … no bark picture right now


Nice photograph your photograph uploaded is Eucalyptus tereticornis because of flower morphology.


 

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These are flowers only, and I know many features are required to identify these exotic, yet widely planted trees…
I must add that we have two very common species in our area, Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. with long and conical operculum and Eucalyptus camaldulensis Denh. with short operculum..
I will resubmit proper pics later on, can this be E. tereticornis Sm. ?


Thanks for sharing


   

 

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¿ Eucalyptus saligna ? – indiantreepix | Google Groups : 13 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2)

Please validate this tree; I strongly feel it is Eucalyptus saligna
Place: Ghodbunder Road (near Versova)
Date: 02 AUG 09


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I too came across a similar tree at Aizawl, Mizoram. Do have a look at this snap..


I am wondering whether the buds we see in our photographs are tell-tale OR are do they look similar in most of the Eucalyptus species.

I referred to http://iscmumbai.maharashtra.gov.in/floristic%20survey.html for taking a guess at E. saligna.


Eucalyptus is a large and complex genus, to me the photograph belongs to E. tereticornis. E. saligna has much shorter calyptra (cap), almost as long as hypanthium (basal cup) and peduncle and branches are ridged.


… too less of photos and illustrations of flowers and fruits of Eucalyptus species on internet … to me, that makes identification more complex. Thank you very much, ….


It could be citriodora too. Please check up
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corymbia_citriodora


The given link does not take any where excet for shot of tree. Hypanthium, calyptra and fruit are important distinguishing characters in this genus. E. citridora has much broader and much shorter rounded cap than this photograph.


Many thanks for the details. I am not a botanist, nor am I an expert.
By cap, I guess you must be referring to the fruit. In my holding I have both Eucalyptus as well as Citriodora. It is very difficult to distinguish between the two. I have not compared the fruits.


Cap is found in flowering and fally off in open flower leaving the cup below with ovary and stamens. After the stamens fall fall cup matures into fruit.
I think that should clear the doubts.


I agree that this does not look to me like E. saligna. E. saligna typically has infloresences of more than seven buds:
http://www.hear.org/molokai/kalaupapa/herbarium/images/originals/eucalyptus_saligna_kala_13175.jpg
E. tereticornis is not a species commonly grown in the USA, so I can neither confirm nor refute it as being a correct ID.


…, many many thanks for the ID (E. tereticornis).

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Photographed on the 17th of April in Delhi.

Some Eucalyptus species.
A huge tree at the roadside with White flowers.
Kindly id.


It may be Eucalyptus globulus or E. tereticornis. But more details needed to confirm the id.
Note: According to this article, Eucalyptus tereticornis and Eucalyptus hybrid are the two most widely planted eucalypts in India.


Adding a cropped picture of the flowers if it helps in id. Attachments (1)


Appears close to images at Eucalyptus tereticornis
Looks different from images of Eucalyptus globulus at https://wiki.bugwood.org/Eucalyptus_globulus

Appears close to images at Eucalyptus tereticornis


 

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Euphorbiaceae :: Eucalyptus for Identification :: MKJUN001 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)

Please help me to identify this Eucalyptus species planted in some forestry programme.
Date: 13 May 2015
Place: an RF near Kelambakkam, Kanchipuram Dist., TN
Fruit: c. 1 cm across


Eucalyptus species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available) 


Appears close to images of Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. as per images herein and as per the following:
https://ramanarunachalam.github.io/Flora-and-Fauna/Flora/Eucalyptus%20-%20Forest%20Red%20Gum%20Tree/Forest%20Red%20Gum%20Tree.html


Thank you for identifying this Eucalyptus. For very long, I have been looking for this tree ID. Now I know that this is the commonly planted Eucalypt in our country.


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Tree For ID : Myrtaceae : Bangalore : 13SEP17 : AK-09 : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (3)

A tall tree seen in Bangalore on 26th Aug,17.

Eucalyptus Species?


I think yes. 


Undoubtedly, yes.

The question is which species ?


There are about ten species of introduced and cultivated Eucalyptus species in Karnataka. Only an expert in the genus can  tell the correct name.


Yes …  Also seed are also required. 


Appears close to images at Eucalyptus tereticornis


 

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Seen this tree in Mizoram.  
Bot. name: Eucalyptus sp..


Thanks … Open flowers or fruits should help in ID.


agree with …


I think close to images at Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. 


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Looks like some Eucalyptus sp.
Location: Vadodara,


Eucalyptus  – species in eFIoraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


I think close to images at Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm.  

 


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Eucalyptus for identification :: 110414MK :: April003 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6).

Please help me in identifying this Eucalyptus tree; found planted in a private garden.
Place: Pondicherry suburb
Date: 05 April 2014 


Eucalyptus – some‎ species in India & eFI with some keys


It looks like Eucalyptus staigeriana


I doubt this id (Eucalyptus staigeriana) as per the details of this species at

http://www.bilbyblooms.com.au/photo-album/eucalyptus-staigeriana.html


I think close to images at Eucalyptus tereticornis and as per the following:

 

 

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SK1833 05 April 2019 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Location Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Nepal
Elevation :  1300 m.
Date  1 April 2019
Habit : Cultivated
Which Eucayptus ??

Pl. check comparative images at Eucalyptus

To me appears close to images and details at Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. as per comparative images.


Thank you …! Must be introduced.


All Eucalyptus species are introduced only. 


Yes! I guess from Australia ??

  

 

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Eucalyptus Species for ID : Nasik : 07JAN20 : AK-12 : 9 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Eucalyptus tree seen in Nov,19.

A very tall tree.


Eucalyptus tereticornis ?

Again difficult to see the details.
Pl. post original images.

Here they are..
I guess will have to add them in separate mails.
Since the tree is very tall, pictures can only be clicked with a zoom.
3 images- 5 to 6 mb each


Appears close to Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. as per comparative images at Eucalyptus


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