Fdy 11 [underlined]

On the volcanic soil - E. gonio.
E.regnans. On leaving the cleared
country & coming to ascend the rising
ground by the road [along?] about the [Split?]
palings are brought - there are E. gonio,
E. regnans E. obliqua. Then in the
rises beyond [?]is the [crossed out - cutt] side
cutting then to a small belt of
E.capitellata. At the steep ascent
the [wal? or water?] grass [communis?] - with
[musk?], Always [with?], Lomatia [Frazeri?],
All [?] as the [?] with Senecio
well beyond & [another?] [?] [example?].
On the top of [??] there is a
forest of tall smooth barked trees
with persistent bark for about [?]
from ground. A variety of E. Regnans,

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The seedlings saplings, buds &
fruit & foliage being that of the
tree. The wood is however less
stringy in [worthy?] in [cutting?] that
that of the valley black butt.

From there & [on?] to [the?] river
by the train line - the [?] [stand?]
of black box [tall?] [and ?] grows [next?]
[line difficult to read] [English's?] [farm?] [??] with E. gonio.
principally - also Lomatia and
the " tree [growing?] [out?] of [??]" -
also [arborial?] form of [crossed out - Drymys] Drimys
[?] In the river [crossed out - land]
or banks. [Fagus?] cunninghamii -
Lomatia - E. gun. E. Regnans,
and near the mill [crossed out - Leptospermum]
- squarrosa - "titre" for

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E. gonio = Eucalyptus goniocalyx. Common names - Long-leaved box, Bundy, Apple, Olive-barked box
E. capitellata - brown stringy bark
E. regnans - mountain ash


'musk' could refer to the musk daisy - Olearia argophylla
'wal' grass may refer to wallaby grass - Austrodanthonia caespitosa. This may be 'water grass communis' which may be Phragmites communis. Unsure.


black butt could refer to a number of Eucalyptus species, the most likely is E. pilularis.
black box - Eucalyptus largiflorens
E. gunnii is endemic to Tasmania but was named in Victoria. Renamed in 19929 as Eucalyptus glaucescens


Drimys - Tasmannia sp.