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Tristaniopsis laurina (water gum, Myrtaceae)

 

 

Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Foliage of T. laurina and Lomatia myricoides (river lomatia, with very narrow leaves) at Rodger River at 170 m, Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia.
T. laurina on the bank. Behind it Eucalyptus muelleriana (yellow stringybark) - Eucalyptus angophoroides (apple-topped box) forest. Above T. laurina also Acacia dealbata (silver wattle), yellowish with old flowers. Rodger River at 170 m, Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia.
T. laurina on the bank, topped by Eucalyptus muelleriana (yellow stringybark), left, and two Eucalyptus cypellocarpa (mountain grey gum). Distant background Eucalyptus spp. forest. Rodger River at 170 m, Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Foliage of T. laurina, left and right, Acacia floribunda (gossamer wattle), centre, and Lomatia myricoides (river lomatia), bottom centre, at Rodger River at 170 m, Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Group of Leptospermum lanigerum (woolly tea-tree) trunks, centre. The dark trunk: Acacia melanoxylon (Australian blackwood); right: T. laurina. Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia, at 170 m.
Notelaea venosa (veined mock-olive), backed by shrub-like T. laurina, with Eucalyptus muelleriana (yellow stringybark) in background. Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia, at 170 m.
Some trees of Rodger River Valley, Snowy River National Park, Victoria, Australia.