|Top of Mount Jim in the Alpine National Park off the Australian Alps walking track near the junction at Pole 333.
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|The snow gum population is small ~30 individuals and isolated from other populations. Mount Jim is a small rocky outcrop surrounded by high grassy plains. Basalt geology and wet soils. Other common species include: Grevillea australia, Phebalium squamulosum and Prostanthera cuneatea.
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