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Nov 24 2019

Eucalyptus caesia is a mallee that typically grows to a height of 2 to 14 metres (6. 6 to 45. 9 ft) and forms a lignotuber. The bark is smooth reddish brown at first and is shed in curling longitudinal flakes known as “minnirichi”. Young branches are shiny red, covered with a waxy, bluish white bloom. Young plants and coppice regrowth have thick, glossy green, heart-shaped leaves 25–80 mm (0. 98–3. 1 in) long and 25–60 mm (1–2 in) wide that have a petiole. Adult leaves are lance-shaped to curved, mostly 80–110 mm (3. 1–4. 3 in) long and 15–25 mm (0. 6–1 in) wide on a petiole 10–35 mm (0. 39–1. 4 in) long. The flower buds are arranged in leaf axils in groups of three on an unbranched peduncle 15–35 mm (0. 59–1. 4 in) long, the individual flowers on pedicels 15–22 mm (0. 59–0. 87 in) long. Mature flower buds are oval or pear-shaped, covered with a whitish waxy bloom, 17–30 mm (0. 67–1. 2 in) long and 10–13 mm (0. 39–0. 51 in) wide with a conical operculum. Flowering mainly occurs between May and September and the flowers have pink stamens with yellow anthers on the tip. The fruit is a woody bell-shaped or urn-shaped capsule 15–25 mm (0. 59–0. 98 in) long and 18–23 mm (0. 71–0. 91 in) wide on a peduncle 13–33 mm (0. 51–1. 3 in) long.

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