Woolly butt


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(Bot.) an Australian tree (Eucalyptus longifolia), so named because of its fibrous bark.

See also: Woolly

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Because the timber resembles European Ash the tree was called Mountain Ash, and, later, White Mountain Ash, in contradistinction to Red Mountain Ash or Victorian Woolly Butt, E.
From our campfire, beyond the woolly butt trees, we look out over the escarpment.
Kakadu's wetlands are home to about a third of Australia's bird species and the waterlogged plains of speargrass, woolly butt and sandanus trees literally hum with life.