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Range DescriptionCallitris oblonga occurs in three widely separated areas. In northern New South Wales it is found in a few localities in the New England Tablelands at altitudes ranging from 800 to 1,300 m asl. In southern New South Wales, (over 500 km south) there is a single locality along the Corang River at altitudes ranging from 570 to 630 m asl. In Tasmania, over 800 km further south, it is restricted to two small areas in the northeast part of the state at altitudes ranging from 10 to 230 m asl. No intervening localities have been recorded. The estimated extent of occurrence (EOO) is 5,835 km2, based on recent herbarium specimens. This EOO is a cumulative total from each area (Northern Tablelands: 4,700 km2; Southern Tablelands: 12 km2; Tasmania: 1,123 km2). In Tasmania the EOO includes an outlying locality more than 60 km from any other locality: the actual area of occupancy is estimated to be as little as 448 hectares. Its overall area of occupancy has not been calculated but it is certainly less than 500 km2 as the New South Wales subpopulations are small and localized.