This Eucalyptus is native to Australia in the region of Queensland / Victoria. It belongs to the genus Corymbia and not to the genus Eucalyptus. Frequently it is found under the botanical name Eucalyptus maculata. The wood is very hard and is therefore in the woodworking industry (furniture, shipbuilding, etc.) used.
name botanical:Corymbia maculata
height:up to 45 m (148 ft)
The leaves are oblong to ovate oblong, firm and glossy green. The leaf margin is smooth and slightly wavy. The leaf may be about 20 cm long.
Small pedunculated fruit.
bark:The bark is smooth and gray, even in older trees.
location:Sun to half-shade