SPECIES: Eucalyptus aggregata — Black Gum


The Black Gum is a medium-sized rare species of Eucalyptus with rough, flaky bark and is a medium-sized tree endemic to the south-eastern parts of Australia. Likely no more than 8,000 trees remain, their habitat is poorly drained, swampy soil in quite patchy and scattered distribution. Land clearing for agriculture remains the largest threat to the existing Black Gum population.

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