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Kashura Factsheet — Eucalyptus cloeziana It dries fairly slowly, with a tendency to checking and warping, but with careful handling good results can be obtained.
This study examined the lyctine susceptibility of 16 timber species or hybrids. It is also used as fuelwood, for charcoal making and for pulping. Eucalyptus cloeziana inferred euaclyptus.
Eucalyptus cloeziana shows a large genetic variability, indicating potential for selection of provenances with favourable characteristics. Eucalyptus species hybridize easily, which cloexiana to the taxonomic complexity. Read More Reassessment of lyctine susceptible sapwood This study examined the lyctine susceptibility of 16 timber species or hybrids. The genus is divided into several subgenera 7—10, depending on the authorwhich are subdivided into many sections and series.
The leaf oil has been produced commercially in South Africa, where it was used as a flotation agent in the mining industry. Eucalyptus cloeziana coppices well. Record a sighting Submit a photo Receive alerts when new records are added. The specific name honours Francois Stanislas Cloeza French chemist, who isolated eucalyptol from eucalyptus leaves and recommended its use for the treatment of bronchitis, coughs, colds and flu.
The wood is particularly valued for flooring parquetry, dance floorsbut also for construction, furniture, railway sleepers, poles, posts, vehicles, and wheelwork. Seeds pale to mid brown, 1. Many Eucalyptus species are cultivated outside their natural distribution area, in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions, because of their rapid growth and adaptation to a wide range of ecological conditions.
Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Eucalyptus cloeziana F. View interactive map View records. In other areas on shallower, poorer soils derived from sandstone or granite it is a component of low open eucaly;tus.
Eucalyptus cloeziana Currently in South America and Iberia significant quantities of veneer-based engineered wood products EWP are produced from plantation eucalypts; however, no Australian wood processing compa It is used for construction, boat building and railway sleepers, and also used as fuelwood and for charcoal making.
The wood is strong and very durable, but frequent gum pockets and rings are a defect, resulting in the wood being used mainly for poles, piles, posts, railway sleepers, mining constructions and hardboard production. Biodiversity Heritage Library Trove. Showing all results for eucalyptus cloeziana. The bark is soft, flaky, tessellated, light brown or yellow-brown, where smooth, greyish white or yellowish above.
Many other Eucalyptus species have been introduced into tropical Africa, of which the actual distribution and importance in tropical Africa are not exactly known, but which are surely less important.
Stannary Hills, Queensland,T. Cultivated seedlings measured at ca node Adult leaves alternatepetiole 0. Eucalyptus microcorys is also used in windbreaks and as a shade tree, and the flowers provide bee forage. Read More The In-ground Natural Durability of Australian Timbers This study conducted a final inspection of the in-ground natural durability field trial at five sites in Australia. It is native to coastal eastern Australia, and has given good results after planting in Rwanda and Zimbabwe.
It yields an important construction timber in Australia, and the wood is also suitable for flooring, interior trim, boat building, vehicle bodies, agricultural implements, mine props, railway sleepers, poles and piles. This study conducted a final inspection of the in-ground natural durability field trial at five sites in Australia. It is one of the most important hardwood species in Australia. It is also used as fuelwood and for charcoal making.
A tall forest tree or shorter woodland treeendemic to Queensland, widely distributed from Gympie and Mundubbera west through Monto, Biloela, Eucqlyptus, Blackdown Tableland, Rolleston and further west to north of Tambo occurring on hills and ranges. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.
The tree reaches its best development in the Gympie region, where some magnificent forest trees attain heights near 60 metres. Name references found in Trove — Eucalyputs. No images available for this taxon If you have images for this taxon that you would like to share with Atlas of Living Australia, please upload using the upload tools. Having the best processing methods increases the quality and yield of solid wood products, helping to maximise returns for wood processors.
In tropical Clowziana it is especially recommended for regions with an cloezianaa annual rainfall of — mm and a dry season of 4—5 months.
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