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A5 size - 160 pages


This is the first of a series of companion books to the comprehensive Flora of the Granite Belt published by the Stanthorpe Rare Wildflower Consortium in 2018.

Eucalypts in the landscape tell us much about the soil, aspect, climate, water needs and species we can expect to see sharing the same locality. The Granite Belt of south east Queensland is famous for its remarkable and varied flora and is home to many species at their extreme climatic limit. This book describes the 33 Eucalyptus species, two Angophora species and one Corymbia species found in the region.


Using information sourced from both CSIRO’s EUCLID and the Consortium, this book contains all the information required to identify the dominant trees within the Granite Belt including:

• Detailed information about all the endemic Eucalyptus, Angophora and Corymbia species.
• Species descriptions including locality, distinguishing features, height, bark, juvenile and adult leaves, inflorescence, buds, the colour and timing of flowers, fruit and seeds.
• Colour photographs of the form, bark, leaves, buds, fruit and seeds of every described species.
• An easy system for field identification using bark types and keys.
• An introduction to the regional ecosystems of the Granite Belt to provide more information about the habitat of eucalypt species.


Complemented by full colour photographs and informative diagrams Eucalypts of the Granite Belt (3rd edition) updates and extends earlier publications and will be a useful guide for local landholders plant enthusiasts, visitors to the Granite Belt, field naturalists and anybody seeking to understand and identify the eucalypts of the Granite Belt.

Eucalypts of the Granite Belt

  • $12.00