Mallee

• (n.) Scrub or thicket formed by the mallee. • (n.) A dwarf Australian eucalypt with a number of thin stems springing from a thickened stock. The most common species are Eucalyptus dumosa and E. Gracilis.
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mallee

noun any of several low-growing Australian eucalypts
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Mallee

[biogeographic region] Mallee, also known as Roe Botanical District, is a biogeographic region in southern Western Australia. Located between the Esperance Plains, Avon Wheatbelt and Coolgardie regions, it has a low, gently undulating topography, a semi-arid mediterranean climate, and extensive Eucalyptus mallee vegetation. About half of th...
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Mallee

[habit] Mallee is the growth habit of certain eucalypt species that grow with multiple stems springing from an underground lignotuber, usually to a height of no more than ten metres. It is most common in plants of the genus Eucalyptus, many of which naturally grow in a mallee habit, and some of which grow as single-stemmed trees initially b...
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Mallee

[Victoria] The Mallee is an ill{endash}defined district, sometimes incorrectly referred to as an economic region, of the Australian state of Victoria. The district is located entirely within the Loddon Mallee region; and covers the most northwesterly district in the state bounded by the South Australian and New South Wales borders, inclusiv...
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Mallee

Mal'lee noun [ Native name.] 1. (Botany) A dwarf Australian eucalypt with a number of thin stems springing from a thickened stock. The most common species are Eucalyptus dumosa and E. Gracilis . 2. Scrub or thicket formed by the mallee. [ Australia]
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mallee

a growth habit in which several to many woody stems arise separately from a lignotuber; usually applied to certain low-growing species of Eucalyptus
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mallee

A growth habit in which several woody stems arise separately from a lignotuber, a plant having the above growth habit. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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mallee

a scrubland vegetation found in southern Australia. It is composed primarily of woody shrubs and trees of the genus Eucalyptus. These evergreen ... [1 related articles]
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mallee

Any of a group of small eucalyptus trees and shrubs with many small stems and thick underground roots that retain water. Before irrigation farming began, dense thickets of mallee characterized most of northwestern Victoria, Australia, known as the mallee region. (Genus Eucalyptus, family Myrtaceae.)
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mallee

growth habit in which several woody stems arise separately from a lignotuber; a plant with such a growth habit; vegetation characterized by such plants.
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Mallee

region of northwestern Victoria, Australia. It occupies about 16,000 square miles (41,000 square km) between the Wimmera and Murray rivers, and its ... [1 related articles]
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Mallee

Remote bushland of Victoria.
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mallee

[n] - any of several low-growing Australian eucalypts
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