blackbutt


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blackbutt

(ˈblækˌbʌt)
n
(Plants) any of various Australian eucalyptus trees having rough fibrous bark and hard wood used as timber
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York A (2000) Long-term effects of frequent low-intensity burning on ant communities in coastal blackbutt forests of southeastern Australia.
Yes, an Australian timber such as blackbutt or cypress might have been considered, but the architects say the choice was much more about 'honesty of expression in materiality'.
Variability in transport properties regarding drying behavior for blackbutt timber in New South Wales.
Raven (QM S32020); 1 [female], Top of Blackbutt Range (26[degrees]52'S, 152[degrees]11'E), 29 July-23 October 1995, G.
She gave up all hope of finding her home, and sat down at the foot of the biggest blackbutt tree, with her face buried in her hands and knees, and thought of all that had happened, and what might happen yet.
Long-term effects of frequent low-intensity burning on the abundance of litter-dwelling invertebrates in coastal blackbutt forests of southeastern Australia.
It is interesting to note that Blackbutt is not remote and has experienced tree change population growth.
In the main pavilion, the walls, windows and doors are Australian scented rosewood, surplus from the construction of Parliament House in Canberra and the kitchen worktop is allocasuarina torulosa, from a tree felled to make way for the house itself; in the smaller pavilion, the walls are blackbutt (eucalyptus), from a tree close to the rear of the house and the joinery is Queensland maple (flindersia brayleyana).
Now I'm in the coastal lowlands, standing right in front of a solitary, fire-scarred blackbutt (E.