Eucalyptus, Corymbia and Angophora - Further Information

Most books dealing with Australian native plants will contain useful information on the botany and horticulture of eucalypts. There are also a number of eucalypt resources on the internet and on CD. Some of the most detailed references are listed below.

Books:

  • Boland, D, Brooker, M, Chippendale, G, Hall, N, Hyland, B, Johnston, R, Kleinig, D and Turner, J (1984), Forest Trees of Australia, Thomas Nelson, Australia and CSIRO.
  • Brooker, M and Kleinig, D (1990; Revised Ed.), Field Guide to the Eucalypts, Vol.1 South-eastern Australia, Inkata Press, Melbourne and Sydney.
  • Brooker, M and Kleinig, D (1990), Field Guide to the Eucalypts, Vol.2 South-western and Southern Australia, Inkata Press, Melbourne and Sydney.
  • Brooker, M and Kleinig, D (1994), Field Guide to the Eucalypts, Vol.3 Northern Australia, Inkata Press, Melbourne and Sydney.
  • Brooker, M and Kleinig, D (1996), Eucalyptus: An Illustrated Guide to Indentification, Reed Publishers, Australia.
  • Chippendale, G (1968), Eucalyptus Buds and Fruit, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.
  • Chippendale, G (1973), Eucalypts of the Western Australian Goldfields (and the Adjacent Wheatbelt), Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.
  • Elliot, W. R and Jones D (1986), The Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants, Vol.4, Lothian Publishing Company Pty Ltd, Melbourne.
  • Hill, K and Johnson, L (1995), A Revision of the Bloodwoods, Genus Corymbia (Myrtaceae), in Telopea, Volume 6(2-3), Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney.
  • Holliday, I and Watton, G (1989), A Gardener's Guide to Eucalypts, Hamlyn Australia
  • Kelly, S (1969), Eucalypts, Vol.1, Thomas Nelson, Australia.
  • Kelly, S (1978), Eucalypts, Vol.2, Thomas Nelson, Australia.
  • Prior, L and Johnson, L (1971), A Classification of the Eucalypts, Australian National University Press, Canberra.

CD-ROM:

  • EUCLID; This is a computer-based, interactive identification and information system. It allows the user to quickly and easily identify any of the 324 species and subspecies of Eucalyptus and Angophora native to south-eastern Australia, i.e. New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and part of South Australia.
  • EUCLID: On-line Sample.

Journals:

Many issues of the Society's journal "Australian Plants" contain material on eucalypts and eucalypt cultivation. Issues of particular interest are:

  • Vol 8, No.61 December 1974; Small Eucalypts, with particular reference to colourful mallees.
  • Vol 9, No.72 September 1977; Forms of Eucalyptus leucoxylon.
  • Vol 10, No.78 March 1979; Eucalypts for arid areas; Eucalypt propagation; A close look at Eucalypt leaves; Scribbly gums; Root systems.
  • Vol 11, No.88 September 1981; Descriptions and photographs of yellow-flowered species; Pests of Eucalypts.
  • Vol 20, No.164 September 2000; Ornamental Eucalypts - Species for cut bud and flower production.
  • Vol 22, No.176 September 2003; Eucalypts in the Goldfields.

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