Red Ash family : RHAMNACEAE (ROSIDAE) in Australia
including Detariaceae, Frangulaceae, Phylicaceae and Ziziphaceae

Flower
Families
Flowers in Australia
  
  
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Plants in Australia Plant
Classes

Alphitonia excelsa
Red Ash
Sydney, October 2006

Ceanothus papillosus
Wartleaf
Sydney, August 2007

Pomaderris aspera
Hazel Pomaderris
Morwell Park, November 1989

Pomaderris intermedia
Lemon Dogwood
Canberra, September 2007

Pomaderris lanigera
Woolly Pomaderris
Concord, September 2008

Rhodamnia rubescens
Scrub Turpentine
Wyee, November 2006

Spyridium vexilliferum
Winged Spyridium
Wilpena Pound, SA
Photo: courtesy of
Laura Levens,

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


Hypochrysops byzos

Psychonotis caelius

Hypochrysops ignita

and a number of Australian Moths have larvae that prefer to feed on plants in RHAMNACEAE, including:


Eutorna epicnephes

Petelia medardaria

Casbia melanops

Casbia rectaria

Casbia tetramera

Phyllocnystis atranota

Aenetus ligniveren

Aenetus mirabilis

Metura phyllosacca

Opodiphthera astrophela

Syntherata escarlata

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(updated 4 January 2013, 25 March 2018, 22 November 2019, 16 October 2020)