Celery Family: APIACEAE (ROSIDAE) in Australia
including Daucaceae, Ferulaceae, Saniculaceae and Umbelliferae.

Flower
Families
Flowers in Australia
     
Don Herbison-Evans
( donherbisonevans@outlook.com)
&
Christine Ashe
Plants in Australia Plant
Classes

Actinotus helianthi
Flannel Flower
The Entrance, NSW, October 2007

Actinotus minor
Lesser Flannel Flower
Wyee, August 2009

Ammi majus
Queen Anne's Lace
Wyee, October 2008

Angelica pachycarpa
Angelica
Wyee, August 2007

Apium graveolens
Celery
Burwood, August 2006

Apium rapaceum
Celeriac
Burwood, August 2006

Centella asiatica
Gotu Kola
Wyee, December 2007

Coriandrum sativum
Coriander
Burwood, August 2006

Cyclospermum leptophyllum
Wild Carrot
Concord, October 2008

Daucus sativa var. imperator
Carrots
Concord, October 2006

Foeniculum vulgare
Fennel
Wyee, November 2007

Hydrocotyle bonariensis
Large Leaf Pennywort
Sydney, December 2007

Hydrocotyle laxiflora
Stinking Pennywort
Wyee, December 2007

Pastinaca sativa
Parsnip
Sydney, August 2006

Petroselinum crispum
Parsley
Burwood, August 2006

Petroselinum crispum var. neapolitanum
Italian Parsley
Wyee, April 2007

Platysace ericoides
Heath Platysace
Wyee, September 2008

Xanthosia rotundifolia
Southern Cross
Perth, October 2007

Some moths in Australia have caterpillars that regularly feed on plants in APIACEAE, including:


Thysanoplusia orichalcea

Merophyas divulsana

Hellula hydralis

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(updated 3 January 2013)