Western Australia, Trees, Gimlets, Pear fruited mallee, Eucalyptus salubris, E. campaspe.
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Next to the salmon gum, the gimlet tree is perhaps the best-known of the trees of the Eastern Agricultural Districts and the Eastern Goldfields. A thin reddish brown bark, and a fluted or spirally-twisted trunk (especially in the young trees), distinguish at a- glance the gimlet trees or fluted gums from all other Eucalyptus trees. This bark has a thin outer layer which when removed reveals a sappy pale green, inner bark, and sometimes this inner green bark is exposed when the trees shed their reddish-brown outer bark towards the end of summer.
Gardner, C A.
"Trees of Western Australia - gimlets and pear fruited mallee,"
Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3: Vol. 1:
5, Article 15.
Available at: https://library.dpird.wa.gov.au/journal_agriculture3/vol1/iss5/15