Pittosporum family : PITTOSPORACEAE (ROSIDAE) in Australia
including Pennantiaceae

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

Billardiera scandens
Common Appleberry
Wyee, April 2007

Bursaria incana
Prickly Pine
Magnetic Island
Photos: courtesy of Donald Simpson

Bursaria spinosa
Blackthorn
Wyee, December 2007

Bursaria tenuifolia
Sweet Blackthorn
Magnetic Island
Photos: courtesy of Donald Simpson

Citriobatus pauciflorus
Orange thorn
Wyee, September 2007

Hymenosporum flavum
Sweetshade
Sydney, August 2006

Pittosporum eugenioides 'variegatum'
Lemonwood
Sydney, July 2007

Pittosporum ferrugineum
Rusty Pittosporum
Magnetic Island
Photos: courtesy of Donald Simpson, April 2012

Pittosporum revolutum
Brisbane Laurel
Photo : courtesy of Doug and Ruth Jessop
Coombabah, April 2007

Pittosporum rhombifolium
Diamond Pittosporum
Wyee, November 2007

Pittosporum tenuifolium
Kohuhu
Wyee, September 2011

Pittosporum tobira
Japanese Pittosporum
Sydney, October 2006

Pittosporum undulatum
Sweet Pittosporum
Wyee, August 2008

Pittosporum venulosum
Velvet Pittosporum
Bundaberg

A number of Australian Butterflies and Moths have larvae that prefer to feed on plants in PITTOSPORACEAE, including:


Paralucia aurifer

Paralucia pyrodiscus

Paralucia spinifera

Gymnoscelis species

Cardamyla carinentalis

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(updated 4 January 2013)