Eucalyptus rostrata (Australia, except Tasmania)
(= E. camaldulensis)
Habit: Broad, dense tree, 15-20 m tall, 15-35 m wide, fast-growing.
Flowers: White, small umbels on roundish, long stems, yellowish white stamen.
Fruit: Capsules, domed, with broad margins and protruding flaps.
Leaves: Evergreen, young leaves slender to broadly lanceolate, ovoid, green to blue-green; later leaves lanceolate, slender, pointed, rather straight, usually medium-green, sometimes even grey-green.
Bark: Smooth, grey or whitish blue, sometimes reddish touches or stripes, peeling.
Other: See E. globulus