Herbivore Report With Reasons


Host plants of a herbivore - Information from Plant-SyNZ (http://plant-synz.landcareresearch.co.nz/index.asp)
All except overseas plant species selected. Report created on 16/11/2018 6:52:37 p.m.
Grouped alphabetically

Herbivore species: Izatha peroneanella (Walker, 1864), Oecophoridae, Lepidoptera (Moth or Butterfly)
moth; caterpillars feed in dead wood of twigs and branches of shrubs, trees and climbers Biostatus: endemic

Plant species and reliability score: 0-10. 10 indicating excellent evidence for the association_

7 Alseuosmia sp., Alseuosmiaceae (Alseuosmia family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand, Allan, H. H. 1961: Flora of New Zealand. Vol. I. Indigenous Tracheophyta: Psilopsida, Lycopsida, Filicopsida, Gymnospermae, Dicotyledones.Wellington, N.Z, P.D. Hasselb
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead wood of host plant (Hoare 2010), plant species name not given Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010

9 Aristotelia serrata (J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.) W.R.B.Oliver, Elaeocarpaceae (Elaeocarpus family), Oxalidales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead host plant (Davies 1973), plant name given as wineberry; moth name given as Izatha huttoni Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Carpodetus serratus J.R.Forst. & G.Forst., Rousseaceae (Marble leaf family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead wood of host plant (Hoare 2010) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010

10 Coprosma grandifolia Hook.f., Rubiaceae (Coffee family), Gentianales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: Moth reared from caterpillar in dead twig of host plant (Hoare 2006 and Hoare 2010) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010

10 Coriaria arborea Linds., Coriariaceae (Tutu family), Cucurbitales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead wood of host plant (Hoare 2010) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010

10 Fuchsia excorticata (J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.) L.f., Onagraceae (Fuchsia family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead wood of host plant (Hoare 2010) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010

8 Olearia fimbriata Heads, Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: presumed reared from host, larvae live in dead wood (Patrick 2000) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

8 Olearia hectorii Hook.f., Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: presumed reared from host, larvae live in dead wood (Patrick 2000) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Pseudopanax arboreus (Murray) Phillipson, Araliaceae (Ivy family), Apiales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead wood of host plant (Hoare 2010) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010

10 Ripogonum scandens J.R.Forst. & G.Forst., Ripogonaceae (Supple jack family), Liliales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead wood of host plant (Hoare 2010) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010

7 Wisteria sinensis (Sims) Sweet, Leguminosae (Pea family), Fabales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from dead wood of host plant (Hoare 2010), plant species name not given Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 Dec 2010