*River Red-gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis)
Large spreading tree (in open areas) or tall and erect (in copses). Common along streams and swamps, and on granitic soils.
*Manna Gum (Eucalyptus viminalis)
Grows to a large tree. Grows along major streams in wetter forests. A rough-barked form is common on basalt areas (towards Kyneton) and on Mt Alexander.
*Swamp Gum (Eucalyptus ovata)
Tree. Leaves broad. Swampy places.
*Tasmanian Gum/Southern Blue Gum
Occurs naturally in south-east Tasmania, the Bass Strait Islands and south-east Victoria. Its low level of frost tolerance restricts distribution to low altitudes and near coastal locations.
Tree Species Known to be eaten by Wild Koalas in Victoria
(Excluding cultivated plants), it is assumed that all subspecies and variants are eaten.
* - Preferred forage species in Victoria.
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