Eucalyptus pulchella, also known as white peppermint, is a Eucalyptus species endemic to southeast Tasmania. Recognizable by its pale very narrow leaves (5-7mm wide), it can reach 20 meters in height, and grows between 100 and 500 meters above sea level, usually in open forests on hills.
- The Unique Flora of Tasmania, Hobart District Group of The Australian Plants Society - Tasmania Inc.
- R. WILTSHIRE and B. POTTS, EucaFlip, School of Plant Science, University of Tasmania & CRC for Forestry, 2007
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