ALOES : ASPHODELACEAE (LILIIDAE) in Australia
including
Aloaceae, Androsynaceae, Blandfordiaceae, Boryaceae, Bucidaceae, Cyanastraceae, Cyanellaceae, Dianellaceae, Myrobalanaceae, Strephonemataceae, Tecophilaeaceae, Terminaliaceae, Walleriaceae, and Xanthorrhoeaceae

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

Aloe arborescens
Tree Aloe
University of Sydney, August 2006

Aloe vera
Sydney, August 2006

Dianella caerulea
Blue Flax Lily
Wyee, January 2007

Gasteria aff. acinacifolia
Sydney, October 2006

Haworthia fasciata
Sydney, December 2006

Haworthia turgida
Sydney, October 2008

Kniphofia hybrid
Little Maid
Wyee, October 2006

Kniphofia uvaria
Red Hot Poker
Sydney, July 2007

Stypandra glauca
Blind Grass
Photo: courtesy of Jan MacDonald
Apsley, Victoria

Xanthorrhoea australis
Kawee
Photos: courtesy of
Liz McGrath
Point Lonsdale, September 2013

Xanthorrhoea macronema
Large Grass Tree
Sydney, August 2006

Xanthorrhoea media
Medium Grass Tree
Wyee, May 2007

Xanthorrhoea minor
Small Grass Tree
Morwell Park,
December 2003

Xanthorrhoea resinosa
Resinous Grass Tree
Photo: courtesy of
Paul Whitington,
Wonboyn, NSW.

Some caterpillars of Australian Butterflies and Moths which have been reported as using species in ASPHODELACEAE for their foodplant include


Ocybadistes walkeri

Toxidia peron

Metura elongatus

Meyriccia latro

Epiphyas postvittana

Cossodes lyonetii

Ptilomacra senex

Erechthias acontistes

Moerarchis australasiella

Moerarchis clathrata

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(updated 4 January 2013, 14 February 2018, 10 February 2019)