Alectryon excelsus Gaertn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Sapindales, Sapindaceae). Biostatus: endemic. Vanicela




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List of plant found at this locality




338 Alectryon excelsus Gaertn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Sapindales, Sapindaceae). Biostatus: endemic.

Vanicela disjunctella Walker, 1964 (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Roeslerstammiidae) (Moth or Butterfly). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: moth larva makes a serpentine mine in young leaves, then feeds on leaves from the outside, makes a basket weave cocoon on leaf.

183 Calystegia sepium (L.) R. Br. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Solanales, Convolvulaceae). Biostatus: naturalised.



Aceria calystegiae (Lamb, 1952) (Arachnida: Acari: Prostigmata: Eriophyidae) (Mite: Bindweed gall mite). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: gall mite living in pocket galls on leaves of Calystegia and Convulvus species.

183 Calystegia sepium (L.) R. Br. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Solanales, Convolvulaceae). Biostatus: naturalised.



Bedellia sp. (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Lyonetiidae) (Moth or Butterfly). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: moth larvae form mines in leaves.

533 Chenopodium sp. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Caryophyllales, Amaranthaceae). Biostatus: unknown.



Liriomyza chenopodii (Watt, 1924) (Insecta: Diptera: Agromyzidae) (Fly: Australian beet miner). Biostatus: adventive. Notes: fly leaf miner in Caryophyllaceae and Chenopodaceae, pupates out of mine; probably from Australia.

1943 Conyza sumatrensis (Retz.) E.H.Walker (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Asterales, Compositae). Biostatus: naturalised.



Ctenoplusia albostriata (Bremer & Grey, 1853) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) (Moth or Butterfly: Fleabane looper). Biostatus: adventive. Notes: moth with semi-looper caterpillar that feed on Asteraceae, especially Conyza species in New Zealand.

155 Coprosma repens A. Rich. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Gentianales, Rubiaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Chinamiris indeclivis Eyles & Carvallio, 1991 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Miridae) (Sucking bug: Karamu mirid). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: mirid sucking bug; host plant, Coprosma repens and other large leaves Coprosma species; present in North & South Island.

145 Coprosma robusta Raoul (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Gentianales, Rubiaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Tanaoctena dubia Philpott, 1931 (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) (Moth or Butterfly: Karamu shoot borer). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: moth larvae makes small mines in leaves of Coprosma species, larvae also bore into growing shoot tips and cause shoots to wilt.

145 Coprosma robusta Raoul (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Gentianales, Rubiaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Chinamiris indeclivis Eyles & Carvallio, 1991 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Miridae) (Sucking bug: Karamu mirid). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: mirid sucking bug; host plant, Coprosma repens and other large leaves Coprosma species; present in North & South Island.

453 Cordyline australis (G.Forst.) Endl. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Asparagales, Asparagaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Catamacta lotinana (Meyrick, 1882) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) (Moth or Butterfly). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: moth larvae form mine in leaf base of Cordyline species, large larvae rolls leaf tips.

453 Cordyline australis (G.Forst.) Endl. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Asparagales, Asparagaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Epiphryne verriculata (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Geometridae) (Moth or Butterfly: Cabbage tree moth). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: moth larvae chews channels and holes in leaves of Cordyline species, also makes notches in leaves.

450 Dysoxylum spectabile (G.Forst.) Hook.f. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Sapindales, Meliaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Epelidochiton piperis (Maskell, 1882) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Coccidae) (Sucking bug: Peppercorn scale). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: round scale with reticulate waxy plates, female becomes dome-shaped; lives on the underside of leaves of trees and shrubs.

450 Dysoxylum spectabile (G.Forst.) Hook.f. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Sapindales, Meliaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Serenaspis minima (Maskell, 1885) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Diaspididae) (Sucking bug: Serene scale). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: Scale insect on stems and leaves, often by veins; female cover white, almost transparent, pale yellow body & eggs or opaque and pinkish body; male cover tricarinate, white, yellowish exuvia; was called Pinnaspis dysoxyli.

450 Dysoxylum spectabile (G.Forst.) Hook.f. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Sapindales, Meliaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis (Bouche, 1833) (Insecta: Thysanoptera: Thripidae) (Thrips: Greenhouse thrips). Biostatus: adventive. Notes: thrips adults and larvae feed on old leaves of shrubs and trees, causing leaf silvering and speckling; pupae present on leaves.

450 Dysoxylum spectabile (G.Forst.) Hook.f. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Sapindales, Meliaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Aspidiotus nerii Bouche, 1833 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Diaspididae) (Sucking bug: Oleander scale). Biostatus: adventive. Notes: Scale insect, female scale cover circular, exuvia central or to one side, cover translucent, pale yellow body showing through, cover can be beige-brown on some plants; male cover oval with pale exuvia towards one end; on leaves, trunk, branches and fruit.

472 Entelea arborescens R. Br. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Malvales, Malvaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Anzygina zealandica (Myers, 1923) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) (Sucking bug: Yellow Australasian leafhopper). Biostatus: native. Notes: leaf hopper sucks plant leaves of herbs, shrubs and trees, causes chlorotic speckling on upper side of leaves; was called Zygina zealandica.

249 Macropiper excelsum (G.Forst.) Miq. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Piperales, Piperaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Cleora scriptaria (Walker, 1860) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Geometridae) (Moth or Butterfly: Kawakawa moth). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: caterpillar makes holes in leaves of shrubs, notably Macropiper excelsum.

48 Melicytus ramiflorus J. R. et G. Forst. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Malpighiales, Violaceae). Biostatus: non-endemic.



Aceria melicyti Lamb, 1953 (Arachnida: Acari: Prostigmata: Eriophyidae) (Mite: Mahoe leaf roll mite). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: gall mite causes the leaf edge roll gall on Melicytus ramiflorus and M. micranthus, it was orignially mistakenly associated with flower bud galls on Melicytus ramiflorus.

48 Melicytus ramiflorus J. R. et G. Forst. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Malpighiales, Violaceae). Biostatus: non-endemic.



Anzygina zealandica (Myers, 1923) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) (Sucking bug: Yellow Australasian leafhopper). Biostatus: native. Notes: leaf hopper sucks plant leaves of herbs, shrubs and trees, causes chlorotic speckling on upper side of leaves; was called Zygina zealandica.

363 Metrosideros excelsa Sol. ex Gaertn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Myrtales, Myrtaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Neomycta rubida Broun, 1880 (Insecta: Coleoptera: Curculionidae) (Beetle: Pohutukawa leafminer). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: weevil larva forms mines in young leaves of large leaved Metrosideros species; adults makes holes in young leaves.

255 Muehlenbeckia complexa (A. Cunn.) Meissn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Caryophyllales, Polygonaceae). Biostatus: non-endemic.



Eriophyes lambi Manson, 1965 (Arachnida: Acari: Prostigmata: Eriophyidae) (Mite: Pohuehue pocket gall mite). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: gall mite forming reddish pocket galls on leaves of Muehlenbeckia species.

255 Muehlenbeckia complexa (A. Cunn.) Meissn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Caryophyllales, Polygonaceae). Biostatus: non-endemic.



Trioza fasciata (Ferris & Klyver, 1932) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Triozidae) (Sucking bug). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: psyllid nymph induces and lives under a fold at the edge of young leaves; host plants Muehlenbeckia species.

255 Muehlenbeckia complexa (A. Cunn.) Meissn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Caryophyllales, Polygonaceae). Biostatus: non-endemic.



Zapyrastra calliphana Meyrick, 1889 (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Momphidae) (Moth or Butterfly: Pohuehue leafminer). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: moth larvae form mines in leaves of Muehlenbeckia species.

37 Myoporum laetum Forst. f. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Lamiales, Scrophulariaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Chinamiris aurantiacus Eyles & Carvallio, 1991 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Miridae) (Sucking bug: Ngaio mirid). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: mirid sucking bug living on young leafy shoots of Myoporum laetum.

389 Myrsine australis (A.Rich.) Allan (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Ericales, Primulaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Eriococcus pallidus Maskell, 1885 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Eriococcidae) (Sucking bug). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: felted scale living on stems and leaves of shrubs and trees; female pale straw coloured, sac white or yellow.

389 Myrsine australis (A.Rich.) Allan (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Ericales, Primulaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Myrsine shoot tip gall sp. 'australis' of Martin 1998 (Insecta: Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) (Fly). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: gall flies causing shoot tip gall on Myrsine australis.

442 Phormium tenax J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Asparagales, Hemerocallidaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Poliaspis floccosa Henderson, 2011 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Diaspididae) (Sucking bug: Flax scale). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: Scale insect on leaves, usually in massed groups: female scale cover white, often with flocculent wax when young, terminal exuvia pale to light gold, body and eggs bright yellow; male scale cover with coating of flocculent wax, body red.

442 Phormium tenax J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Asparagales, Hemerocallidaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Tmetolophota steropastis (Meyrick, 1887) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) (Moth or Butterfly: Flax notcher). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: caterpillars feed on leaves of monocotyledons, and makes notches in flax, Phormium, leaves.

384 Pittosporum crassifolium Banks & Sol. ex A.Cunn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Apiales, Pittosporaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Trioza vitreoradiata (Maskell, 1879) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Triozidae) (Sucking bug: Pittosporum psyllid). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: psyllid living on Pittosporum species; nymphs feed on leaves induces chlorotic areas and pits in leaf.

384 Pittosporum crassifolium Banks & Sol. ex A.Cunn. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Apiales, Pittosporaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Monteithiella humeralis (Walker, 1868) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) (Sucking bug: Pittosporum shield bug). Biostatus: adventive. Notes: brown shield bug from Australia, adults and nymphs feed on fruit of Pittosporum species.

1207 Senecio esleri Webb (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Asterales, Compositae). Biostatus: naturalised.



Sphenella fascigera (Malloch, 1931) (Insecta: Diptera: Tephritidae) (Fly: Senecio gall fly). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: fly living in galls in terminal vegetative shoots, including flower heads, also lives in flower buds and seed heads; host plants Brachyglottis kirkii, Senecio species and Jacobea vulgaris.

693 Solanum laciniatum Aiton (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Solanales, Solanaceae). Biostatus: non-endemic.



Sceliodes cordalis (Doubleday, 1843) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Crambidae) (Moth or Butterfly: Poroporo fruit borer). Biostatus: native. Notes: caterpillar bores into green fruit and stems, young larvae also mines leaf mid rib of Solanum species.

1208 Sophora chathamica Cockayne (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Fabales, Leguminosae). Biostatus: endemic.



Eriococcus sophorae Green, 1929 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Eriococcidae) (Sucking bug). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: felted scale living on stems and along mid rib of leaves of Sophora species; female sac greyish, felted.

1208 Sophora chathamica Cockayne (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Fabales, Leguminosae). Biostatus: endemic.



Anzygina zealandica (Myers, 1923) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) (Sucking bug: Yellow Australasian leafhopper). Biostatus: native. Notes: leaf hopper sucks plant leaves of herbs, shrubs and trees, causes chlorotic speckling on upper side of leaves; was called Zygina zealandica.

53 Tropaeolum majus L. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Brassicales, Tropaeolaceae). Biostatus: naturalised.



Liriomyza watti Spencer, 1976 (Insecta: Diptera: Agromyzidae) (Fly: New Zealand cress leafminer). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: fly leaf miner in Brassicaceae and Tropaeolum; narrow serpentine mine, dark faeces irregularly on either side of mine; has white larva and pupates out of mine.

235 Veronica stricta Banks & Sol. ex Benth. (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Lamiales, Plantaginaceae). Biostatus: endemic.



Liriomyza flavocentralis (Watt, 1923) (Insecta: Diptera: Agromyzidae) (Fly: Variable Hebe leafminer). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: fly leaf miner in large leaved Hebes, mines variable, larvae pupates out of the mine.

303 Vitex lucens Kirk (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Lamiales, Labiatae). Biostatus: endemic.



Epelidochiton piperis (Maskell, 1882) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Coccidae) (Sucking bug: Peppercorn scale). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: round scale with reticulate waxy plates, female becomes dome-shaped; lives on the underside of leaves of trees and shrubs.

303 Vitex lucens Kirk (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Lamiales, Labiatae). Biostatus: endemic.



Acalitus australis (Lamb, 1952) (Arachnida: Acari: Prostigmata: Eriophyidae) (Mite: Puriri erineum mite). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: gall mite causing erineum on leaves of Vitex lucens.

303 Vitex lucens Kirk (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Lamiales, Labiatae). Biostatus: endemic.



Aenetus virescens (Doubleday1843) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Hepialidae) (Moth or Butterfly: Puriri moth). Biostatus: endemic. Notes: puriri moth, young caterpillars feed on fungi on dead wood, larger caterpillars live in holes in branches and trunks of live trees and feed on callous tissue under a webbing cover.

303 Vitex lucens Kirk (Spermatophyta, Magnoliopsida, Lamiales, Labiatae). Biostatus: endemic.



Illeis galbula Mulsant, 1850 (Insecta: Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) (Beetle: Fungus eating ladybird). Biostatus: adventive. Notes: ladydird adults and larvae feed on powdery mildew fungi.


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