Grey gum - definition of grey gum by The Free Dictionary
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grey gum or
(Plants) any of various eucalyptus trees of New South Wales having dull grey bark, esp Eucalyptus punctata
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With eucalypt hollow roosting sites, three were within Southern Mahogany, one within Mountain Grey Gum
and three within dead unidentifiable eucalypts.
When the Magpies travelled to Grey Gums
Oval to meet Penrith midway through 2000, scouts were taking notice.
(Eucalyptus punctata), a favourite source of food for koalas, have been found to be hit the hardest by both hazard reduction fires and wildfires and Wotherspoon has noticed that some areas only have mature grey gums