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paperbark

(ˈpeɪpəˌbɑːk)
n
1. (Plants) any of several Australian myrtaceous trees of the genus Melaleuca, esp M. quinquenervia, of swampy regions, having spear-shaped leaves and papery bark that can be peeled off in thin layers
2. (Plants) the papery bark of any of these trees
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ii) the lack of an appropriate disturbance regime to promote natural regeneration of eucalypts, paperbarks and tea tree.
Photo: Bette Devine, Paperbarks at Stokes National Park, Western Australia.
Like a snake that sheds its skin, the bark of the Saltwater Paperbark (Melaleuca cuticularis) peels off in thick white-grey sheets.
we walk where paperbarks and mangroves mingle watch a fish slide through
They took all the trees, all the beautiful trees, the paperbarks, they took it all and even a church mob, us mob, we used to go there and camp out along there.
We'd thought they meant a few days, but weeks later they were still there, camped out amongst the paperbarks, alongside our old stockyards.
As I entered the paperbark forest, a loud human chanting started up.
Song' together with its story to the meeting at the Paperbarks.
on either side there is a forest of paperbarks in a swamp or reed-bed', lying among them ' .
It even borrows some devices from landscape styles that are present in the surrounding gardens, such as an 'avenue' of allocasuarinas and a 'bosquet' of swamp paperbarks.
The second area, [approximately] 2 km from the first, was a forest of paperbarks (Melaleuca cajuputi) growing in cracking black soils along the fringe of the floodplain, in a location that is inundated by wet-season rainfall each year.
Although calling frogs could not be seen, it was clear that they were located in elevated positions in Narrow-leaved Paperbarks.