Plants trees; bark smooth. Adult leaves narrowly lanceolate, falcate, 8030 cm long 0.7-2 cm wide, tips acute. Umbels with 7-11 flowers. Pedicels slender, 5-12 mm long; opercula markedly beaked, 1.5-2 times as long as the the hypanthia. Fruits 5-8 mm long and wide; valves 3-5, exserted.
The Flora of Somalia states that Eucalyptus camaldulensis is "reported as planted on sand dunes and roadsides". A specimen identified as this species is present in the Biodiversity Museum of the University of Somaliland.
Habit: Tree, with completely smooth bark that is white to grey with patches of yellow, pink or brown.
Inflorescences: Peduncles 5-28 mm long, pedicels 2-10 mm long at flowering, up to 12 mm long in fruit. (Euclid, accessed 2015)
Uses: According to Wikipedia (2015-05-10), the wood makes good chrcoal.
Eucalyptus camaldulensis was added to Somaliland's checklist on the basis of trees growing on the grounds of the Maan-Soor Hotel in Hargeisa but is probably also at many other locations.