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 6:44:40 p.m.
Grouped alphabetically

Herbivore species: Stigmella hoheriae Donner & Wilkinson, 1989, Nepticulidae, Lepidoptera (Moth or Butterfly)
moth; caterpillars make mines in young leaves of Hoheria species; white cocoon in debris on ground; egg laid by mid rib on underside of leaf; narrow serpentine mine starts on underside of leaf, develops into a blotch mine Biostatus: endemic

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

10 Hoheria angustifolia Raoul, Malvaceae (Mallow family), Malvales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: listed as a host plant (Donner & Wilkinson 1989) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Hoheria populnea A.Cunn, Malvaceae (Mallow family), Malvales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: listed as a host plant (Donner & Wilkinson 1989) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Hoheria sexstylosa Colenso, Malvaceae (Mallow family), Malvales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: listed as a host plant (Donner & Wilkinson 1989) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown