Jacaranda family : BIGNONIACEAE (ASTERIDAE) in Australia
including Crescentiaceae

Flower
Families
Flowers in Australia
  
  
Don Herbison-Evans
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Christine Ashe
  
Plants in Australia Plant
Classes

Campsis radicans
Trumpet Creeper
Lidcombe, November 2006

Jacaranda mimosaefolia
Jacaranda
Sydney, June 2005

Kigelia africana
Sausage Tree
Magnetic Island, December 2007
Photos: courtesy of Donald Simpson

Pandorea pandorana
Wonga Wonga Vine
Wyee, August 2006

Pandorea pandorana variety
Golden Showers
Wyee, September 2007

Pandorea snowbells variety
Snow Bells
Concord, September 2007

Podranea ricasoliana
Pink Trumpets
Sydney, February 2007

Pyrostegia venusta
Flame Vine
Sydney, August 2006

Radermachera sinica
China Doll
Concord, December 2009

Saritaea magnifica
Glow Vine
Magnetic Island,
Photos: courtesy of Donald Simpson

Spathodea campanulata
African Tulip Tree
Childers, December 2006

Tabebuia crysantha
Araguaney
Wyee, October 2007

Tecoma stans
Yellow Trumpetbush
Concord, October 2008

Tecomaria capensis
Cape Honeysuckle
Ballina, October 2006

Plants in BIGNONIACEAE have been used as foodplants by the caterpillars of a number of Australian Moth species, including:


Alucita phricodes

Hippotion celerio

Psilogramma casuarinae

Theretra oldenlandiae

Meganoton rufescens

Hyblaea puera

Hyblaea synaema

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(updated 4 January 2013, 9 August 2015)