Robusta Eucalyptus wood: its properties and uses. 36(4):381388. The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. Eucalyptus trees (Eucalyptus spp.) xxi + 362 pp. 1192 pp. Similar to other eucalypts, E. robusta does not develop resting buds and grows whenever conditions are favourable (Jacobs, 1955). The fruits have valves that are usually joined across the orifice, in comparison other species which have free valves.Griffin et al. Revista de Microbiologia, 24(4):232-238. Breeding strategty for Eucalyptus robusta in southern Florida. fuelwood in Floridaa summary report. Honey and pollen flora. Swamp Mahogany Eucalyptus robusta. – swampmahogany P: Species Eucalyptus rossii R.T. Baker & H.G. Bot. Durst (1988) gives the lower limit of tolerance as -11°C. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 11(1):49-57. ; [ACIAR Monograph No. Carlowitz PG von, 1986. It is often used as a timber tree, shade tree, ornamental tree, in shelter belts as a windbreak tree and in water catchment rehabilitation. ), known as swamp mahogany in its native Australia, is a tree now com- mon in Hawaii. The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. In: Flora of Australia. The trunk is usually straight and extends to about one half the height of the tree, or to two thirds of the tree height in dense stands on favourable sites. Eucalyptus marginata was first formally described in 1802 by James Edward Smith, whose description was published in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London.Smith noted that his specimens had grown from seeds brought from Port Jackson and noted a resemblance to both Eucalyptus robusta and E. pilularis. Julissa Rojas-Sandoval, Department of Botany-Smithsonian NMNH, Washington DC, USA, Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez, Department of Botany-Smithsonian NMNH, Washington DC, USA. Shrub and tree species for energy production. Econ. US Fish and Wildlife Service, i + 205 pp. PSW-10 pp. PSW-8, 30 pp. Marked by deeply furrowed dark gray-brown bark, eucalyptus robusta grows well in Halawa. 159, 51-59; 27 ref. Special areas in Hawaii: Wahiawa, Aiea, Kalopa, Tantalus, Pepeekeo. http://www.hear.org/pier/index.html, PROTA, 2014. Turnbull JW, Pryor LD, 1984. US Fish and Wildlife Service, 38 pp. Honolulu, USA: HEAR, University of Hawaii. The juvenile leaves are petiolate, ovate, up to 19 × 8 cm, strongly discolorous, green, opposite for several pairs, then alternate. In: Harden GJ, ed. Hillis WE, Brown AG, 1984. Penfold AR, Willis JL, 1961. It generally grows on heavy clay soils, but is also found on sandy clay and alluvial sand soils. Eldridge K, Davidson J, Harwood C, Wyk Gvan, 1994. Sthwest. Queensland to E. New South Wales. Eucalypts for planting. Choice of species and seed sources. http://www.prota4u.org/search.asp. value 700 mm). 2. flowering twig Eucalyptus robusta angl. South African Forestry Journal, No. Oct 24, 2017 - Explore Stone Koo's board "Eucalyptus robusta" on Pinterest. Forest trees of Australia. Co., Ltd., Colombo. SE-23, iii + 43 pp. Research Paper, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, No. 8 refs. Eucalyptus robusta Sm.. Robusta Eucalyptus. Eucalyptus robusta,, robusta. identification. The flowering period is May-July in Australia (Brooker and Kleinig, 1994), September-November in Florida (Geary et al., 1983), January-March in California (King and Krugman, 1980) or at any time of the year in tropical areas such as Hawaii and Puerto Rico (Little and Wadsworth, 1964). Acevedo-Rodríguez P, Strong M T, 2012. Closely allied to Eucalyptus elata, but generally distinguished from that species by its mallee habit, smooth bark that lacks a persistent basal stocking, a canopy of less pendulous, smaller, blue-green (rather than green) adult leaves, and smaller fruits.Plants with a generally similar habit (i.e.