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Leptospermum lanigerum (woolly tea-tree, Myrtaceae)

 

 

L. lanigerum (with peeling bark) and Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood). In the centre background, 25 metre E. lucida. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
L. lanigerum forest with <a href="/index.php?id=eucryphialucida" Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood), right foreground, and Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech), larger tree, centre. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
Kanangra-Boyd National Park, NSW, Australia.
Some trees of Boyd Plateau, Kanangra-Boyd National Park, NSW, Australia.
L. lanigerum; Anopterus glandulosus (Tasmanian laurel) leaves, left; Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood) leaves, right. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Crown of approx. 20-metre L. lanigerum; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) foliage, left; Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood) foliage, centre and bottom; Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech) foliage, top right. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Some trees of Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Group of L. lanigerum trunks, centre. The dark trunk: Acacia melanoxylon (Australian blackwood); right: Tristaniopsis laurina (water gum). Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia, at 170 m.