|Common Name(s)||Yellow Stringybark, White Mahogany|
"Medium sized or tall tree to 45m. Froming a lignotuber." (Euclid, 4th Ed.)
Seed generally used in small quantities around coastal areas. Discolorous leaves may aid in identification however Euclid, 4th Ed. should be consulted by any workers who are not familiar with this Eucalyptus species since it can be confused with many others.
Eucalyptus acmenoides is a member of the White Mahogany group. Eucalypts in the White Mahogany group are all fully rough barked. It is helpful to understand this group while working professionally around the taxa from which it is comprised. A treatment of the White Mahogany group is also available from Euclid, 4th Ed. and the link is provided below.
"Largely coastal and subcoastal occurrence including ranges, particularly from Brisbane to north of Rockhampton, also Blackdown Tableland and rangeswest of Mackay, and from Townsville to Cooktown; continuous in NSW almost to Sydney." (Brooker, M.I.H., and Kleinig, D.A., 2004)
EUCLID Eucalypts of Australia Edition 4 (2015, internet based, hosted by the Atlas of Living Australia). Date accessed: Oct 1 2019.
Brooker M.I.H., Kleinig D.A. (2004) ‘Field guide to eucalypts. Vol. 3. 2nd edn. (Bloomings Books: Melbourne) http://keyserver.lucidcentral.org:8080/euclid/data/02050e02-0108-490e-8900-0e0601070d00/media/Html/White_mahoganies.htm