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Eucalyptus blaxlandii, commonly known as Blaxland's Stringybark, is a stringybark found in eastern and south eastern New South Wales. Usually found at higher altitudes on moist soils of a moderate to high fertility. A typical stringybark in appearance, with crowded gumnuts without stalks. A medium to large tree, growing to 30 metres tall.
The original specimen was collected from Blackheath, Australia in 1905.