From the ridge line up the sand firebreak, south of the river, in burned area. Bruce thinks this is the Blackbutt, "Eucalyptus pilularis" although the buds are more rounded, and the Blackbutt is an example of the Half-Bark group. Barry ID as "Eucalyptus planchoniana", having large ribbed fruit (gumnuts) and dull slightly bluish leaves, and known as Needlebark Stringybark. Refer page 512 M2M. Also, called "Planchion's Stringybark". This is a new tree for us, and is growing back with vigor in the burned areas at the top of the ridge. The Swamp Mahogany is also a Stringybark, "E. robusta". There is also a Coastal Mahogany, a naturally occuring hybrid between "E. robusta" and "E. tereticornis", both of which we have identified.