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angophora

(æŋˈɡɒfərə)
n
(Plants) any tree of the genus Angophora, related to the eucalyptus and native to E Australia
[New Latin, from Greek angeion vessel + phoreus bearer]
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The woodland is dominated by Sydney Red Gum Angophora costata, Red Bloodwood Corymbia gummifera and Sydney Peppermint Eucalyptus piperita (Mo 2014).
The Sydney Cove of Nanberry's first eight years was a place of clean gushing streams, cabbage tree palms and tree ferns, of eucalyptus and angophora forests, a land where every few steps you'd find food and medicine, where there were no major diseases, the inhabitants were strong and healthy, with good teeth and strong bones.
Angophora Reserve is on the Barrenjoey Peninsula, Broken Bay, with fish remains from a large-scale consultancy excavation analysed by Wood (1992).
Tree species recorded as testing positive for Cryptococcus gattii Location Species (common name) Native and exported tree ranges Argentina Acacia visco (arca), Cedrus Australia, Africa, Asia, deodara * (deodar cedar), Britain, Canada, Central Cupressus sempervirens * America, England, Europe, (Mediterranean cypress), Japan, South America, Eucalyptus microcorys United States (tallowwood), Tipuana tipu (rosewood), Ulmus campestris (English elm) Australia Angophora costata (smooth Australia, Africa, Asia, bark apple), E.
of Eucalyptus and Angophora based on 5s rDNA spacer sequence data.
But David Malouf kept noticing, stopping, pointing: here was a ghost gum, here an angophora, there some primitive ferns, and look at that little yellow wattle.
The forest comprises a mosaic of woodland and open forest communities with various Eucalyptus, Angophora, Corymbia, Callitris, Allocasuarina and Acacia species and is significant as one of the largest surviving woodland remnants in the Great Dividing Range western slopes bioregions.
The Archaeology of the Angophora Reserve Rock Shelter.
Ecological differentiation between species of scribbly gums [Eucalyptus informal subseries Haemastominae (MATK) Pryor and Johnson] and Angophora in seedling responsiveness to mineral nutrients.
Angophora hispida (Smith) Blaxell, and Leptospermum attenuatum.
Burrows GE (2002) Epicormic strand structure in Angophora, Eucalyptus and Lophostemon (Myrtaceae)--implications for fire resistance and recovery.