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 6:09:34 p.m.
Grouped alphabetically

Herbivore species: Stigmella ogygia (Meyrick, 1889), Nepticulidae, Lepidoptera (Moth or Butterfly)
moth; caterpillars make mines in leaves of herbaceous Senecio species; brown cocoon made on plant stems Biostatus: endemic

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

10 Brachyglottis turneri (Cheeseman) C.J.Webb, Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: host plant (R Hoare 2006) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 06 Oct 2006

8 Senecio banksii Hook.f., Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: typical leaf mines found in host plant (C Winks 2002) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 06 Oct 2006

10 Senecio bipinnatisectus Belcher, Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: reared from host plant (Donner & Wilkonson 1989), typical leaf mines since found in plants confirmed as S.bipinnatisectus Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 06 Oct 2006

10 Senecio biserratus Belcher, Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Non-endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: listed as a host plant (Donner & Wlikinson 1989) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 06 Oct 2006

8 Senecio diaschides D.G.Drury, Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: typical leaf mines found on plants growing near Karangahake Gorge in March (NA Martin 2010) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 07 Apr 2010

9 Senecio esleri C.J.Webb, Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Exotic, Wild, New Zealand, Webb, C.J. 1989: Senecio esleri (Asteraceae), a new fireweed. New Zealand Journal of Botany 27: 565-567.
Reasons for score: leaves with typical narrow serpentine mines (NA Martin 2013) on Onetangi, Waiheke Island in January Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

8 Senecio glomeratus Poir., Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Non-endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: typical leaf mines in host plant (NA Martin 1999) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 06 Oct 2006

8 Senecio hispidulus A.Rich., Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Non-endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: typical leaf mines in host plant (NA Martin 1999), also found in 2014 Scored by: N.A. Martin on unknown

10 Senecio minimus Poir., Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Non-endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: listed as a host plant (Donner & Wlikinson 1989) Reference Scored by: N.A. Martin on 06 Oct 2006

8 Senecio rufiglandulosus Colenso, Compositae (Daisy family), Asterales, Magnoliopsida, Spermatophyta
Biostatus: Endemic, Wild, New Zealand
Reasons for score: typical leaf mines in host plant (NA Martin 2000) Scored by: N.A. Martin on 06 Oct 2006