Eucalyptus tetrodonta MYRTACEAE

Sample information

Sample ID225-3-245b
Common namestringybark darwin stringbark


Pollen / Sporepollen
Morphologic typeparasyncolpate , tricolporate
Surface patternpsilate , scabrate
Equatorial sizemin 27.2, mean 29.5, max 31.6
Polar sizemin 26.7, mean 28.2, max 29.9
Equatorial shapeoblate
Polar shapetriangular
Grain arrangementdicot
Aperture count3
Pore positionscorner
Pore morphologyextruded
Wall thickness2.18
Wall evennesseven
Dispersal formmonad
Morphology notesWall thickness 1.84-2.50. Faint pattern, possibly scabrate.

Ecology and Geography

Plant typeangiosperm
Floristic region(s)Australia (tropical)
Vegetation communitiesopen forest, woodland
Ecology notesBoland, D.J., Brooker, M.I.H., Chippendale, G.M., Hall, N., Hyland, B.P.M., Johnston, R.D., Kleinig, D.A., Turner, J.D. (2002) Forest trees of Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
Habitat notesCommon eucalypt across northern Australia. Typical on llocation with low relief, with well drained, deeper sandy soils. Often in pure stands.


CollectorMark Myerscough
InstitutionCharles Darwin University ID by Friday staff (24/06/2005), N.T. Herbarium
ANU access code17174
Collection methodfloral reference
Herbarium sample?False
Collection siteTiwi, Northern Territory
Collection countryAustralia
Collection date2005-06-02
Collection notesKimberley Region, Western Australian Pollen Flora

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