Eucalyptus robertsonii subsp. hemisphaerica  |  

Eucalyptus robertsonii subsp. hemisphaerica

Status: Vulnerable on the EPBC Act list

Robertson’s Peppermint is a tree up to 30 m in height, with grey to grey-brown, shortly fibrous bark which is persistent on the trunk and larger branches .Juvenile leaves are opposite, lanceolate and dull green. Adult leaves are alternate, narrow-lanceolate and dull-green.Flower heads occur in inflorescences of more than 11 flowers and sit at the end of cylindrical stems. Flowers are white or cream in colour.

Government evidence of impact of climate change:

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  • Australian Government, Listing Advices, Eucalyptus robertsonii subsp. hemisphaerica

    Trampling; browsing or grazing by stock (Threatened Species Scientific Committee; 2008) Potential Potential threats include lack of regeneration and inappropriate fire regimes (DECC; 2005). 3.