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Mallet (habit)

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Mallet (habit)

A mallet is a small-tree form of Eucalyptus found in Western Australia. Unlike the mallee, it is single-stemmed and lacks a lignotuber. Trees of this form have a relatively long, slender trunk, steeply-angled branches, and often a conspicuously dense terminal crown, and sometimes form thickets.

Mallet species include:

See also


  • "Habit of Eucalypts". Euclid.  
  • Debenham, C. (1971). The Language of Botany. Chipping Norton, NSW, Australia: Society for Growing Australian Plants.  
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