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<span style="color:red;">#</span> Botanist continue to publish new findings and continue to discuss the taxonomy of Eucalyptus in Tasmania, so some lists might have more or less than the number listed here.  
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<span style="color:red;">#</span> Botanist continue to publish new findings and continue to discuss the taxonomy of Eucalyptus in Tasmania, so some lists might have more or less than the number listed here. Currently valid scientific names and authorities are given, following Williams and Potts (1996)
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*Williams and Potts (1996), "The natural distribution of Eucalyptus species in Tasmania", [http://eprints.utas.edu.au/7348/ University of Tasmania], [http://www.forestrytas.com.au/publications/tasforests/tasforests-vol-8 Tasforests - Vol 8]
*Williams and Potts (1996), "The natural distribution of Eucalyptus species in Tasmania", [http://eprints.utas.edu.au/7348/ University of Tasmania], [http://www.forestrytas.com.au/publications/tasforests/tasforests-vol-8 Tasforests - Vol 8]
*DPIPWE [http://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/inter-nsf/WebPages/SLEN-5P3ACA?open#E Threatened Species List].
*DPIPWE [http://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/inter-nsf/WebPages/SLEN-5P3ACA?open#E Threatened Species List].

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List of Tasmanian indigenous Eucalyptus species (gum trees)

Derivation: Greek, eu, well and calyptos, covered, referring to the cap (operculum) which covers the developing flowers of all Eucalyptus species.

List of species/subspecies of Eucalyptus native to Tasmania#, including endemic species (marked ε).

Scientific NameAuthorSubgenusSeriesGroup/TypeCommon NameObsolete NameStatus *
E. amygdalina ε Labill. Monocalyptus Piperitae Peppermint black peppermint E. salicifolia
E. archeri ε Maiden & Blakely Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Alpine White Archer’s gum, alpine cider gum
E. barberi ε L.Johnson & Blaxell Symphyomyrtus Ovatae Gum, Black Barber’s gum (r)
E. brookeriana A.M.Gray Symphyomyrtus Ovatae Gum, Black Brooker’s gum E. brookerana
E. coccifera ε Hook.f. Monocalyptus Piperitae Peppermint snow peppermint, Tasmanian snow gum
E. cordata ε Labill. Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Blue heart-leaved silver gum
E. dalrympleana ssp. dalrympleana § Maiden Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, White mountain white gum
E. delegatensis ssp. tasmaniensis ε R.Baker subsp. Boland Monocalyptus Piperitae Ash, Blue gum-topped stringybark, white-top E. gigantea
E. globulus ssp. globulus Labill. Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Blue Tasmanian blue gum E. bicostata
E. gunnii ε Hook.f. Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Alpine White cider gum
E. gunnii ssp. divaricata ε McAulay & Brett Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Alpine White Miena cider gum (e) EN
E. johnstonii ε Maiden Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Yellow yellow gum
E. morrisbyi ε Brett Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Alpine White Morrisby’s gum (e) EN StatusEN.png
E. nebulosa ε A.M.Gray Monocalyptus Radiatae Peppermint Serpentine peppermint (r)
E. nitida ε Hook.f. Monocalyptus Piperitae Peppermint Smithton peppermint E. simmondsii
E. obliqua L'Hérit. Monocalyptus Obliquae Ash, Green stringybark, brown-top
E. ovata Labill. Symphyomyrtus Ovatae Gum, Black swamp gum, black gum
E. pauciflora ssp. pauciflora Sieber ex Sprengel Monocalyptus Obliquae Ash, Blue cabbage ash, weeping ash
E. perriniana F.Muell. ex Rodway Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Alpine White spinning gum (r)
E. pulchella ε Desf. Monocalyptus Piperitae Peppermint white peppermint E. linearis
E. aff. radiata Sieber ex DC. Monocalyptus Piperitae Peppermint Forth peppermint, Forth river peppermint E. robertsonii, Eucalyptus radiata subsp. robertsonii (Blakely) (r)
E. regnans F.Muell. Monocalyptus Obliquae Ash, Green giant ash
E. risdonii ε Hook.f. Monocalyptus Piperitae Peppermint Risdon peppermint (r)
E. rodwayi ε R.Baker & H.G.Smith Symphyomyrtus Ovatae Gum, Black black swamp gum
E. rubida Deane & Maiden Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, White candlebark
E. sieberi L.Johnson Monocalyptus Obliquae Ash, Blue ironbark E. sieberana
E. subcrenulata ε Maiden & Blakely Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Yellow alpine yellow gum
E. tenuiramis ε Miq. Monocalyptus Piperitae Peppermint silver peppermint E. tasmanica
E. urnigera ε Hook.f. Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Alpine White urn gum
E. vernicosa ε Hook.f. Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, Yellow varnished gum
E. viminalis ssp. viminalis Labill. Symphyomyrtus Viminales Gum, White white gum, manna gum

Conservation Status *

# Botanist continue to publish new findings and continue to discuss the taxonomy of Eucalyptus in Tasmania, so some lists might have more or less than the number listed here. Currently valid scientific names and authorities are given, following Williams and Potts (1996)

Confirmation sources include:

§: Not endemic, but the Tasmania E. dalrympleana is known to be phenotypically distinct from its mainland counterpart (Barber 1955; Pryor and Johnson 1971).

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