White Mallee, also known as Lindsay Gum, White-barked mallee or Red-flowered Mallee is a mallee from Western Australia. It reaches about 5-8m in height and has white bark covered with a talc-like powder. It can be pinkish at the top. New bark is pale green.
The flowers are variable - usually red but can range from pink, yellow to cream. Fruits are conical and ribbed.
There are two currently recognised varieties of this species:
- E. erythronema Turcz. var. erythronema
- E. erythronema var. marginata (Benth.) Domin
The latter is distinguished by its buds and fruits which have an expanded rim.
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