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Eucalyptus consideniana, commonly known as prickly stringybark or yertchuk, is a species of plant in the myrtle family. It is endemic to Australia where it occurs in coastal and sub-coastal dry sclerophyll forests and woodlands of south-eastern New South Wales and Gippsland.
Eucalyptus consideniana Wikipedia
Yertchuk is a eucalypt tree, growing to 30 m in height. The grey, prickly, fibrous bark persists up to the middle branches, shedding in ribbons. The grey-green, glossy, lanceolate leaves are 80-140 mm long, 10-25 mm wide. It bears white flowers in November and December.