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Introduction Grey box is a small to medium-sized woodland tree found on gentle slopes and plains in New South Wales, adjacent areas of Queensland, in central and northern Victoria, and in limited localities in South Australia (Brooker and Kleinig 1983; Boland et al. 1984). The species occurs as the dominant in woodland formation, but is regularly associated with other eucalypts including yellow box (Eucalyptus melliodora), Blakely's red gum (E. blakelyi), red box (E. polyanthemos), river red gum (E. camaldulensis), yellow gum (E. leucoxylon), red ironbark (E. sideroxylon) and mugga ironbark (E. tricarpa), in an association commonly referred to as box-ironbark woodland (Boland et al. 1984; Calder et al. 1994).