Corymbia nesophila

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Name and publication

Corymbia nesophila (Blakely) K. D. Hill & L. A. S. Johnson, Telopea 6: 242 (1995).

Description

The fruits of the Melville Island bloodwood are urn-shaped, 9-15 mm long x 7-9 mm wide. This has been encountered in a few potpourri samples from Australia.

Nativity and distribution

Corymbia nesophila is native to Northern Territory, Queensland, and Western Australia but cultivated worldwide.

Family

Myrtaceae

Synonymy

Eucalyptus nesophila Blakely