EUCALYPTUS RUDIS PDF

Eucalyptus rudis Endl. Flooded Gum Endl., Fenzl, Benth. & Schott, 49 ( ). Conservation Code: Not threatened. Naturalised Status: Native to. An Eucalyptus rudis in Goleta, CA is registered as a California Big Tree. It measures feet high, with a trunk circumference of inches and a crown spread. Flooded gum (Eucalyptus rudis) In south-western Australia flooded gum replaces its close relative river gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) as the dominant tree of.

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The bark is rough in most trees but occasionally it is smooth.

Where no strength data were available, air-dry density was used in accordance with the Australian Standard AS Timber – Classification of strength groups to predict the strength group. The ratings are not relevant to above-ground use. WA flooded gum is a medium-sized tree with height 10 to 20 m and diameter up to 1 m.

Retrieved 4 December Very limited availability from private property.

Inflorescence axillary unbranched, peduncles 0. It occurs only from Mandurah and Pinjarra south and south-west to Cape Naturaliste. The crown regenerate in late spring and into summer. Green and dry strength groups are S5 and SD5.

Air-dry density is the average mass divided by volume at 12 per cent moisture content this is the average environmental condition in the coastal capital cities around Australia. There are other species such as red tingle and yellow tingle whose timber is rarely commercially available because the areas of occurrence are predominantly in conservation areas.

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Consequently, the strength values quoted are from the above two tables. The crowns regenerate in late spring. Branchlets lacking oil glands in the pith. The only documented use is as firewood, although it could be used as a specialty timber. Most values are from BootleWood in Australia. It is also being assessed as a fast-growing source of biomass for bioenergy and reconstituted wood products in the South West region.

On fertile soils it also occurs on more elevated sites, such as the Darling Scarp. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The Aboriginal name, moitch, is useful in avoiding confusion with an eastern Australian eucalypt also called flooded gum.

Factsheet – Eucalyptus rudis subsp. rudis

It varies with season and growing conditions. This page was last edited on 15 Februaryat The tree is often heavily attacked in spring by insects including leaf minersleaf blister sawflies and lerps. A semi-quantitative score was used: This book uses the descriptive terms rather than numbers.

It occurs mainly on river flats and creek banks, in similar occurrences to those of river red gum E. Tree to 20 m tall. Flooded gum, Moitch Scientific classification Kingdom: Flooded gum Eucalyptus rudis In south-western Australia flooded gum replaces its close relative river gum Eucalyptuus camaldulensis as the dominant tree of many moist sites — swamps and the surrounds of lakes, river banks and floodplains, and alluvial soils generally. Naturalistes Moscou 22 2: Adult leaves alternate euucalyptus, petioles 1.

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Workability With south-west and plantation-grown trees, comments are made on the comparative ease or difficulty of turning, nailing and bending, on susceptibility to splitting and other working properties.

Flooded gum occurs typically in open woodlands, associated species include with wandooCorymbia calophylla and Eucalyptus marginata.

WA flooded gum

Dressing, sanding, drilling, turning and finishing are rated as good, carving is fair. Tangential and radial shrinkage are estimated as about per cent respectively.

Intermediates between both these species occur. Tree Pictures, South-Western Australia Flooded gum Eucalyptus rudis In south-western Australia eucalypths gum replaces its close relative river gum Eucalyptus camaldulensis as the dominant tree of many moist sites — swamps and the surrounds of lakes, river banks and floodplains, and alluvial soils generally.

The physical characteristics of the woods of Western Australia’.