Eucalyptus accedens

Powder-barked Wandoo(also found as Powderbark Wandoo) (Eucalyptus accedens) is a eucalypt native to Western Australia. Mature trees are around 15–25 m high with branches high up the trunk.

The smooth bark is notable for being covered in a talc-like powder. It is pale-white when fresh, turning a shade of orange before being shed again. The white flowers occur in Autumn.

References[edit source | edit]

  • Holliday, I. (2002). A field guide to Australian trees (3rd edition ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: New Holland. ISBN 978-1-876334-79-6. 

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