Botanical name: Eucalyptus urophylla S.T. Blake
Vernacular/common names: Bach dan Urophylla (Vietnam); Timor white gum, Timor mountain gum (United Kingdom); Popo, Ampupu (Indonesia); Palavao Preto (Portuguese), Eucalipto (Brazil) (Jøker 2004).
Eucalyptus urophylla can reach heights of 45–55 m and is evergreen. In unfavourable environments it grows as a gnarled shrub, though its bole is usually straight. The bark varies depending on available moisture and altitude but is usually persistent, smooth and subfibrous, reddish brown to brown in colour, with shallow, close longitudinal fissures. Sometimes, however, it may appear rough, especially at the base of the trunk....