National recovery plan for the Buxton Gum (Eucalyptus crenulata)
Matt White, Anna H. Murphy and Judy Downe - Victorian Government Department of Sustainability and Environment, November 2006
ISBN 1 74152 191 2
About the plan
The Buxton Gum Eucalyptus crenulata is listed as Endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and Threatened under the Victorian Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988. The species is endemic to Victoria, where there there are fewer than 670 plants remaining in two wild populations, to the north-east of Melbourne. Major threats include hybridisation, waterlogging and changes to hydrology, weeds and pathogens, insect attack and grazing.
This national Recovery Plan for E. crenulata details the species' distribution and biology, conservation status, threats, and recovery objectives and actions necessary to ensure its long-term survival.