Fig family : MORACEAE (HAMAMELIDAE) in Australia
including Artocarpaceae, and Ficaceae

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

Ficus benghalensis
Indian Banyan Tree
Magnetic Island, January 2008
Photo: courtesy of
Donald Simpson

Ficus carica
Edible Fig
Sydney, September 2006

Ficus elasticus
Rubber Tree
Bundaberg, October 2006

Ficus macrophylla
Morton Bay Fig
Sydney, October 2006

Ficus platypoda
Desert Fig
Uluru, December 2008

Ficus pumila
Creeping Fig
Sydney, October 2008

Ficus rubiginosa
Port Jackson Fig
Sydney, October 2006

Ficus virens
White Fig
Sydney, August 2008

Ficus watkinsiana
Australian Strangler Fig
Sydney, October 2006

Morus nigra
Mulberry
Sydney, October 2006

Several Butterflies in Australia have caterpillars which feed on species in MORACEAE, including:


Philiris innotatus

Philiris ziska

Euploea algea

Euploea corinna

Euploea darchia

Euploea sylvester

Euploea tulliolus

and some Moths in Australia have caterpillars which feed on species in MORACEAE, including:


Autoba abrupta

Asota caricae

Agape chloropyga

Asota iodamia

Asota orbona

Asota plagiata

Oeonistis altica

Argina astrea

Gastridiota adoxima

Ophyx ochroptera

Choreutis basalis

Choreutis melanopepla

Choreutis ophiosema

Choreutis sycopola

Oenochroma turneri

Phycomorpha prasinochroa

Paectes cyanodes

Eustixis caminaea

Lymantria lunata

Tirathaba pseudocomplana

Ichneumenoptera chrysophanes

Cirrhochrista annulifera

Glyphodes actorionalis

Glyphodes bivitralis

Glyphodes cosmarcha

Glyphodes multilinealis

Agrioglypta excelsalis

Aphytoceros lucusalis

Talanga sexpunctalis

Talanga tolumnialis

Maroga melanostigma

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(updated 11 November 2013, 19 July 2019, 16 June 2020, 31 January 2021)