FWIW, while there is a huge number of eucs there is really only a fairly limited amount that are available for sale or are grown in florida---furthermore, the relatively narrow juvenile leaves of your plants pretty much eliminate certain common eucs like the so-called "dollar gums" (cinerea, polyanthemos,pulverulenta, gunnii, etc.)so the range of probabilities is less than you might think. that said, (and making the assumption that the euc you got is not some extreme rarity never seen before in the u.s.)with a little luck you will have a better chance of finding out what you have when it does flower and fruit. luckily, you seem to have the right situation for your plant to reach that state. good luck.
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