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 7:09:44 p.m.
Grouped alphabetically

Herbivore species: Pseudocoremia suavis Butler, 1879, Geometridae, Lepidoptera (Moth or Butterfly)
moth; caterpillars feed on plant leaves of trees and shrubs Biostatus: endemic

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

9 Acacia dealbata Link, Leguminosae (Pea family), Fabales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

8 Acacia melanoxylon R.Br., Leguminosae (Pea family), Fabales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Acacia paradoxa DC., Leguminosae (Pea family), Fabales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Beilschmiedia tawa (A.Cunn.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex Kirk, Lauraceae (Tawa family), Laurales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Brachyglottis repanda J.R.Forst. & G.Forst., Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Calocedrus decurrens (Torr.) Florin, Cupressaceae (Cypress family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Present in captivity/cultivation/culture, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared; plant name given as Libocedrus decurrens Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Carmichaelia odorata Benth., Leguminosae (Pea family), Fabales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (A.Murray) Parl., Cupressaceae (Cypress family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Coprosma robusta Raoul, Rubiaceae (Coffee family), Gentianales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Coriaria arborea Linds., Coriariaceae (Tutu family), Cucurbitales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Corokia cotoneaster Raoul, Argophyllaceae (Argophyllum family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Corymbia ficifolia (F.Muell.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson, Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Sometimes present, New Zealand, Heenan, P.B.; de Lange, P.J.; Cameron, E.K.; Champion, P.D. 2002: Checklist of dicotyledons, gymnosperms, and pteridophytes naturalised or casual in New Zeala
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared; plant name given as Eucalyptus ficifolia Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Cupressus lusitanica Mill., Cupressaceae (Cypress family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand, Webb, C.J.; Sykes, W.R.; Garnock-Jones, P.J.; Brownsey, P.J. 1995: Checklist of dicotyledons, gymnosperms, and pteridophytes naturalised in or casual in New Zealand: addit
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Cupressus macrocarpa Hartw. ex Gordon, Cupressaceae (Cypress family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Cyathea smithii Hook.f., Cyatheaceae (Cyathea tree fern family), Cyatheales, Polypodiopsida, Pteridophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Dacrycarpus dacrydioides (A.Rich.) de Laub., Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), plant name given as Podocarpus dacrydioides Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Dacrydium cupressinum Sol. ex G.Forst., Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae found on plant (Patrick 1988) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Dodonaea viscosa Jacq. supsp. viscosa Jacq., Sapindaceae (Soap berry family), Sapindales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Non-endemic, Wild, New Zealand, Webb, C.J.; Simpson, M.J.A. 2001: Seeds of New Zealand gymnosperms and dicotyledons.Christchurch, Manuka Press.
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Eucalyptus delegatensis R.T.Baker, Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Eucalyptus fastigata H.Deane & Maiden, Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Eucalyptus nicholii Maiden & Blakely, Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Sometimes present, New Zealand, Heenan, P.B.; de Lange, P.J.; Cameron, E.K.; Champion, P.D. 2002: Checklist of dicotyledons, gymnosperms, and pteridophytes naturalised or casual in New Zeala
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Eucalyptus regnans F. Muell., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Eucalyptus robusta Sm., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Fuscospora cliffortioides (Hook.f.) Heenan & Smissen, Nothofagaceae (Souther beech family), Fagales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), plant species name given as Nothofagus solandrii var. cliffortioides Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Fuscospora fusca (Hook.f.) Heenan & Smissen, Nothofagaceae (Souther beech family), Fagales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), plant species name given as Nothofagus fusca Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Fuscospora solandri (Hook.f.) Heenan & Smissen, Nothofagaceae (Souther beech family), Fagales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), not reared, but other Nothofagus are host plants, plant species name given as Nothofagus solandri var. solandri Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Griselinia littoralis Raoul, Griseliniaceae (Griselinia family), Apiales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Juniperus communis L., Cupressaceae (Cypress family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Present in captivity/cultivation/culture, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Kunzea ericoides s.l. (A.Rich.) Joy Thomps., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: moths reared or larvae on host plant identified (Berndt et al 2006) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 May 2006

10 Larix decidua Mill., Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Larix kaempferi (Lamb.) Carrière, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Sometimes present, New Zealand, Heenan, P.B.; de Lange, P.J.; Cameron, E.K.; Champion, P.D. 2002: Checklist of dicotyledons, gymnosperms, and pteridophytes naturalised or casual in New Zeala
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Leptospermum scoparium J.R.Forst. & G.Forst., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Non-endemic, Wild, New Zealand, Thompson, J. 1989: A revision of the genus Leptospermum (Myrtaceae). Telopea 3: 301-448.
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Leucopogon fasciculatus (G.Forst.) A.Rich., Ericaceae (Heath family), Ericales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Lophozonia alpina (Poepp. & Endl.) Heenan & Smissen, Nothofagaceae (Souther beech family), Fagales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), plant species name given as Nothofagus procera Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 05 Jul 2016

10 Lophozonia menziesii (Hook.f.) Heenan & Smissen, Nothofagaceae (Souther beech family), Fagales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), plant species name given as Nothofagus menziesii Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Lupinus arboreus Sims, Leguminosae (Pea family), Fabales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Melaleuca citrina (Curtis) Dum.Cours., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Present in captivity/cultivation/culture, New Zealand, Allan HerbariumHerbarium specimens and associated data at the Allan Herbarium. Landcare Research, Lincoln; 2011; (unpub)
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared, plant species name given as Callistemon citrinus (Curtis) Skeels Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Metrosideros diffusa (G.Forst.) Sm., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Metrosideros excelsa Sol. ex Gaertn., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: recorded feeding on leaves of host plant (Hutchinson 1992) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Metrosideros perforata (J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.) A.Rich., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Metrosideros robusta A. Cunn., Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Metrosideros umbellata Cav,, Myrtaceae (Myrtle family), Myrtales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: listed as a host plant (J Dugdale in Wardle 1971), insect name given as Selidosema suavis Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 08 Oct 2007

10 Phyllocladus alpinus Hook.f., Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Phyllocladus trichomanoides G.Benn ex D.Don, Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Pinus banksiana Lamb., Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), moth not reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Pinus contorta Loudon, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand, Webb, C. J.; Sykes, W. R.; Garnock-Jones, P. J. 1988: Flora of New Zealand. Vol. IV. Naturalised Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, Dicotyledons.Christchurch, New Zealand, Bota
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), moth not reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Pinus lambertiana Douglas, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Present in captivity/cultivation/culture, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Pinus muricata D.Don, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Pinus nigra J.F.Arnold, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Pinus patula Schltdl. & Cham., Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Pinus pinaster Aiton, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), moth not reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Pinus ponderosa Douglas ex C.Lawson, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), moth not reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Pinus radiata D. Don, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: listed as feeding on host plant (Rawlings 1961), moth given as Selidosema suavis Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Pinus strobus L., Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Pinus sylvestris L., Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), moth not reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Podocarpus laetus Hooibr. ex Endl., Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus:
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae found on plant (Patrick 1988), plant species name given as Podocarpus hallii Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

9 Podocarpus totara G. Benn. ex D.Don, Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

10 Prumnopitys ferruginea (D.Don) de Laub., Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), plant name given as Podocarpus ferruginea Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Prumnopitys taxifolia (D.Don) de Laub., Podocarpaceae (Podocarp family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), plant name given as Podocarpus spicatus Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco, Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: presumed reared from caterpillars on host plant (Alma 1977), moth name given as Selidosema suavis Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 10 Dec 2006

9 Quercus robur L., Fagaceae (Beech family), Fagales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Salix alba L., Salicaceae (Willow family), Malpighiales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

9 Schinus molle L., Anacardiaceae (Summac family), Sapindales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009

8 Sequoia sempervirens (D.Don) Endl., Cupressaceae (Cypress family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), moths not reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

8 Sequoiadendron giganteum (Lindl.) J.Buchholz, Cupressaceae (Cypress family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Present in captivity/cultivation/culture, New Zealand
Reasons for score: larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958), moths not reared Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg., Pinaceae (Pine family), Pinales, Pinopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Sometimes present, New Zealand, Heenan, P.B.; de Lange, P.J.; Cameron, E.K.; Ogle, C.C.; Champion, P.D. 2004: Checklist of dicotyledons, gymnosperms, and pteridophytes naturalised or casual
Reasons for score: moth reared from larvae on host plant (Dugdale 1958) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Ulex europaeus L., Leguminosae (Pea family), Fabales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: moths reared or larvae on host plant identified (Berndt et al 2006) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 09 May 2006

9 Weinmannia racemosa L.f., Cunoniaceae (Cunonia family), Oxalidales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: caterpillar found on host plant (J Bain 2009, Scion forest health databse), not certain if moth reared Scored by: N.A. Martin on 04 Feb 2009