Corymbia pachycarpa …

A twin leaf Bloodwood, this species features hairy, pointed flower buds. Similar to C.zygophylla, the Broome Bloodwood, this species is found in the Great Sandy Desert through to the Tanami desert, generally found as a small tree or Mallee.Corymbia pachycarpa Corymbia pachycarpa1

This species has large white clusters of flowers followed by large urn shaped fruiting capsules, very similar, and often mistaken for, C.setosa from the Northern Territory.

Corymbia pachycarpa

Corymbia pachycarpa

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Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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