Eucalyptus johnstonii, or Tasmanian yellow gum, is a species of Eucalyptus endemic to the southeast Tasmania, where it grows between 500 and 800 meters on peaty soils. This tree can grow up to 60 meters tall  and can be identified by the yellow-green color of its new bark.
- R. WILTSHIRE and B. POTTS, EucaFlip, School of Plant Science, University of Tasmania & CRC for Forestry, 2007
- Forestry Tasmania Seed Centre
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