Corymbia gummifera (Gaertn.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson

Leaves green, discolorous, bark reddish or brown rough throughout (small branches and twigs smooth), fibrous-flaky, with longitudinal and transverse cracks. Fruit pedicellate, ovoid-truncate or urceolate, 12–20 x 10–18 mm; disc enclosed in the floral tube; valves enclosed. Tree usually c. 15 m high (up to 30 m), often with gnarled branches. Leaves 10–16 x 2–5 cm. Lateral veins parallel, close together; angle 60–70°; intramarginal vein c. 1 mm from the margin. Umbels 7-flowered, in a terminal corymb; peduncles compressed. Operculum hemispherical to conical, much shorter than the floral tube. Widespread. DSF. Mostly Ss, rarely shale. Fl. summer. Red Bloodwood.