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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The new 20 kilometre Wiilman Bilya Trail stretches from Wellington Dam north to the Coalfields Highway, winding through magnificent blackbutt, open jarrah forest and past granite outcrops.
Harewood (WAM T136255); 1 [female], same data except 30[degrees]44'40"S, 121[degrees]34'01"E, blackbutt low woodland over open scrub on loam, 30 January 2014 (WAM T136256); 1 [male], same data except 30[degrees]46'06"S, 121[degrees]33'44"E, sheoak forest tree mallee over low scrub on loam (WAM T136257); 1 [female], ca.
Each is furnished in crumpled linens and Tasmanian Sel Jak blankets, with premium accommodations showcasing Native Blackbutt wood bathtubs and enclosed patios, intimate touches that give each space the feel of crashing at your friend's fashionable loft.
Blackbutt, Red Gum, Ironbark--and featured the sights and sounds of Murray River bird-life.
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.
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.
tallowwood, brush box and blackbutt. As he felled the timber and cleared