Morrisby's Gum (Eucalyptus Morrisbyi) was an endangered species until just before that.
It is not searched even if I look for it with Eucalyptus by 2009.02 red lists of the IUCN.
However, Morrisbyi was EN (Endangered) until just before.
The category of 2001 years(Ver.3.1) Red list is as follows.
Extinct in the Wild (EW)
Critically Endangered (CR)
Near Threatened (NT)
Least Concern (LC)
Data Deficient (DD)
Not Evaluated (NE)
Morrisby's Gum was considerably dangerous stage.
When I examine it,
It has two natural populations on the eastern shore of the Derwent River valley in south-eastern Tasmania.
Just some 2000 specimens of Morrisby's Gum are known to survive in wild populations, as its main habitat was cleared for other uses by early settlers many moons before the trees were discovered.
Now, 2024 of them are managed by a federal government.