Which of the following groups does the tree fall into?

  • Bottlebrushs and paperbarks (Callistemon or Melaleuca): Flower clusters resemble bottle brushes; clusters of stemless, cup-shaped, woody fruits persist along stems

    Bottlebrushs and paperbarks (Callistemon or Melaleuca): Flower clusters resemble bottle brushes; clusters of stemless, cup-shaped, woody fruits persist along stems

  • Acacias (Acacia spp.): Leaves mostly <1 in. wide, with a swelling where they attach to the branch, and with an inconspicuous yellow gland on the upper leaf edge; flowers cream-colored to bright yellow; fruit a leathery legume

    Acacias (Acacia spp.): Leaves mostly <1 in. wide, with a swelling where they attach to the branch, and with an inconspicuous yellow gland on the upper leaf edge; flowers cream-colored to bright yellow; fruit a leathery legume

  • Eucalypts (Eucalyptus or Corymbia): Leaves often scented, with tiny translucent dots when held up to the light; bark often shedding and smooth, but rough on some species; petals fused into a bud cap; fruit a woody capsule

    Eucalypts (Eucalyptus or Corymbia): Leaves often scented, with tiny translucent dots when held up to the light; bark often shedding and smooth, but rough on some species; petals fused into a bud cap; fruit a woody capsule

  • All others

    All others