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Eucalyptus pellita. Seed collections in Papua New Guinea and north Queensland, September-November 1991

, : Eucalyptus pellita. Seed collections in Papua New Guinea and north Queensland, September-November 1991. Forest Genetic Resources Information ( 20): 24-31

Seedlots were collected from 142 individual trees of 4 provenances in western Papua New Guinea and 17 individual trees at 4 sites in Queensland.

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