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Second Supplement to

Eagle’s Complete

Trees and Shrubs

of New Zealand

Historical Notes

This supplement contains the specific locality of

where, by whom and when, the specimens illustrated

in Eagle’s Complete Trees and Shrubs of New

Zealand, were collected.

Audrey Eagle

Dunedin

Page numbers in Eagle’s Complete Trees and Shrubs of New Zealand, Volumes I and II

Page

3 Dacrycarpus dacrydioides: female cone September from Hakarimata Range, Ngaruawahia,

collected by Audrey Eagle. Fruit March 1963 from Piriaka, near Taumarunui.

5 Prumnopitys ferruginea: female and male cones September 1961 from cultivated plants. Fruit March from Ngutunui, Mt Pirongia.

7 P. taxifolia: female and male cones November 1964, fruit March from Toby (E D) Gilbert’s farm, Waingaro Road, Ngaruawahia. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

9 Podocarpus totara var. totara: female and male cones March from Piriaka, near Taumarunui, seeds from Takaka, January.

9 P. totara var. waihoensis: female cone November 1992 from Cowhide Bridge No.2 Harihari, Central Westland. Collected by Gerry McSweeney. Seed from same locality January 1992, collected by Audrey Eagle. Male cone from a cultivated plant originally from Waiho River Valley, South Westland.

11 P. acutifolius: male and female cones January 1971 from Nelson Lakes. Seeds March 1963 from a cultivated plant. Supplied by Athol Caldwell.

13 P. hallii: cones December 1970 from Kaimai Range, Katikati. Seeds May 1963 from a plant cultivated by Athol Caldwell. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

15 P. nivalis: female cone November 1967 and spent male cones from Mt Ruapehu. Fresh male cones January 2000 from Mt Lyford, Marlborough.

17 Halocarpus kirkii: juvenile branchlet and fruiting branchlet April 1970 from Coromandel Peninsula. Female and male cones September 1970 from Oratia, Auckland.

19 H. bidwillii: male and female cones November from Mt Ruapehu. Seeds from Arthur’s Pass, January. Female cones collected by Audrey Eagle.

21 H. biformis: branchlet November 1970 from Mt Ruapehu collected by Audrey Eagle. Seeds March, Mt Ruapehu.

23 Dacrydium cupressinum: female cones from Hakarimata Range, Ngaruawahia, male cones from a cultivated plant. Seeds December 1965 from Maungakawa, Cambridge. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

25 Lepidothamnus intermedius: male cones April from Neavesville Track, Coromandel Peninsula. Branchlets from Coromandel.

27 L. laxifolius: female and male cones November, seed January 1968 from Mt Ruapehu. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

29 Manoao colensoi: female and male cones September 1959 and seeds May, all from plants cultivated by Athol Caldwell of Hamilton.

31 Phyllocladus toatoa: male cone from a cultivated by plant, female cone from Kaimai Range November 1985. Seed February 1986 supplied by Brian Molloy.

33 P. trichomanoides (i): female and male cones September 1961, seeds April from Turangawaewae Pa, Ngaruawahia. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

35 P. trichomanoides (ii): male and female flowers September 1989 from Surville Cliffs, North Cape. Collected by Brian Molloy and Lisa Forester. Fruit March 1999 from a plant cultivated by Helen Druce. Juvenile leaves (outline) December 1999 collected by Peter de Lange.

37 P. alpinus (i): Mt Ruapehu January 1968 collected by Audrey Eagle.

39 P. alpinus (ii): branchlet February 1993 from Mt Owen, North West Nelson, collected by Tony Druce at 1200 m.

39 P. alpinus (iii): branchlet top right February 1993 from Mt Owen, North West Nelson, collected by Tony Druce. Female cones November 1998 and seeds April 1998 from a plant cultivated at Lincoln, Brian Molloy. Male cone and small branchlet (lower right) September 1999 from Dew Lakes, Bryant Range, collected by Cathy Jones.

41 Libocedrus bidwillii: female and male cones November 1970, ripe cone March 1971, all from Mt Ruapehu. Collected by Herb Spannagle.

43 L. plumosa: female cone September 1966 from a plant cultivated by Athol Caldwell. Ripe cone March from Waitakere Ranges.

45 Agathis australis: branchlet with male cone and mature cone October 1954 from Taupiri Range, Waikato. Collected by Audrey Eagle. Young female cone from a cultivated plant.

47 Pseudowintera colorata: flowers September fruit April from Mt Pirongia. Section through fruit from Gordon Park, Gore. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

49 P. axillaris: flowers October fruit April from Maungatautari, Cambridge. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

49 P. traversii: flowers February 1981 from a cultivated plant originally from Mt Burnett, North West Nelson grown in Christchurch Botanic Gardens. Fruit October 1977 from a plant cultivated at Waipahihi Reserve Botanical Gardens, Taupo by Ngarita Travers.

51 Beilschmiedia tarairi: flowers August 1965 from Omana near Clevedon, fruit May. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

53 B. tawa: flowers November 1967 from Hakarimata Range, Ngaruawahia. Drupe from Kawhia June 1968. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

55 B. tawaroa: branchlet January 1982 from type tree, Motumuka (Lady Alice Island), Hen and Chickens Islands. Collected by Anthony Wright.

57 Litsea calicaris: flowers, October 1964 from Maungatautari, Cambridge. Fruit from Waitomo, October. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

59 Cassytha paniculata: flowers September 1970, fruit March 1971 from near Kaitaia. Collected by Ross Michie.





61 Hedycarya arborea: male flowers November 1956 from Hakarimata Range, Ngaruawahia, collected by Audrey Eagle. Fruit and female flower Kaimai Range, December 1970. Section through fruit April 2003 from Rangitata Range. Collected by Graeme Jane.

61 H. aff. arborea: from a cultivated plant November 1999, originally from Manawa Tawhi (Great Island), Three Kings Islands. Collected by Peter de Lange.

63 Laurelia novae-zelandiae: flowers October, Hakarimata Range, Ngaruawahia. Achenes February 1967 from Kirks Bush, Auckland. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

65 Clematis paniculata: flowers September 1967 and achenes January 1968 from Hakarimata Range, Ngaruawahia. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

67 C. forsteri (i): flowers October 1974, achenes January 1975 from Taupo. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

69 C. forsteri (ii): (upper illustration) Castle Hill Station, Arthur’s Pass Road 1993 collected by Audrey Eagle. Ripe achene April 2003. (Lower illustrations) cutting November 1996 grown by Joe Cartman from a plant originally from Wairau Valley, Marlborough.

71 C. forsteri (iii): female flowers November 1996 from a cultivated plant, grown by Joe Cartman, originally from Red Hills, Nelson.

71 C. forsteri (iv): branchlet July 2002 collected by Cathy Jones and Jan Clayton-Greene south of Oaro, Kaikoura Coast.

71 C. forsteri (v): branchlet December 2003 from a plant cultivated by Joe Cartman, originally from Cook Strait area. Supplied by Tony Druce.

73 C. petriei: both specimens from plants cultivated by Joe Cartman originally from Porters Pass, Canterbury.

75 C. foetida: seedhead November 1979 from Peel Forest, Canterbury. Collected by Brian Molloy.

Juvenile leaves October 1980 from Tony Druce. Flowers November 1979 from Whanganui area collected by Pauline Mayhill and Kathleen Gray.

77 Clematis cunninghamii: female flowers October from Lake Okataina, Rotorua. Male flowers December from Te Kuiti area.

77 C. marmoraria: female flowers from Hoary Head, North West Nelson. Collected by Barry Sneddon. Male flowers from a plant cultivated by Barry Sneddon.

79 C. afoliata: female flowers September 1979 from Okains Bay, Banks Peninsula, collected by Brian Molloy. Male flowers October 1975 from a cultivated plant grown at Otari Native Plant Reserve, supplied by Ray Mole. Achenes from Woodside Gorge, Marlborough, supplied by Margaret Parsons. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

81 C. marata: male flowers from a cultivated plant, female flowers wild, both November 1980 from Broken River, Canterbury. Collected by Joe Cartman.

83 C quadribracteolata: male and female flowers September, achenes December, from a plant cultivated by Tony Druce originally from Puketitiri-Balls Clearing, Hawke’s Bay.

85 Ascarina lucida var. lucida: flowers October 1967, fruit February 1967 from a cultivated plant supplied by Stewart Gray, Tirau, Waikato.

87 A. lucida var. lanceolata: branchlet November 1994 from Raoul Island crater. Collected by Ewen Cameron.

89 Macropiper melchior: flowering spikes March 1991, fruiting spike March 1992 from a cultivated plant originally from Three Kings Islands, supplied by Ewen Cameron.

91 M. excelsum ssp. excelsum: female and male spikes October 1956 from Kaiaua, Thames Estuary. Collected by Audrey Eagle. Fruiting spike February 1971 Kaikoura. Seeds from New Plymouth collected by Val Smith.

93 M. excelsum ssp. psittacorum: branchlet 1994 from a cultivated plant supplied by Ewen Cameron. Flowering spikes June 1999 from Raoul Island collected by Carol West. Ripe fruit and seeds November 1999 collected by Carol West.

95 M. excelsum ssp. peltatum f. peltatum: flowering spikes July-August 1991. Fruit February 1992 from a cultivated plant supplied by Eion Scarrow originally from Poor Knights Island.

97 M. excelsum ssp. peltatum f. delangei: female flowering spike November 1999 from a cultivated plant originally from South West Island, Three Kings Islands. Male spike from North East Island November 1989, collected by Lisa Forester. Fruit North East Island December 1996, collected by Peter de Lange.

97 Melicytus aff. ramiflorus: female flowers December 1996 from a cultivated plant, Auckland Regional Council Botanic Garden, supplied by Steve Benham. Male flowers April 1999, supplied by Lisa Forester. Fruit April 1996 from Manawa Tawhi (Great Island), Three Kings Islands, collected by Peter de Lange.

99 M. ramiflorus: flowers October 1955 from Claudelands Bush, State Electricity Department, Hamilton. Fruit March from Raglan, Waikato. Outline of large leaf and details of fruit August

2000. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

101 M. macrophyllus: flowers October from a cultivated plant. Berries May 1967 from Waitakere Ranges.

103 M. lanceolatus: flowers October 1954 from a cultivated plant, Claudelands Bush, State Electricity Department, Hamilton.

105 M. micranthus: male flowers March from Kopu-Hikuai area, Coromandel Peninsula. Female flowers from Claudelands Bush, State Electricity Department, Hamilton. Collected by Audrey Eagle. May from Tawhei, Morrinsville, collected by Peggie Jenner.

107 M. novae-zelandiae: flowers October 2001 from a plant cultivated at Lincoln, supplied by Brian Molloy. Berries March from Moturiki Island, Mt Maunganui. Large leaf in outline from Stephens Island, Marlborough Sounds, collected by Shannel Courtney.

107 M. obovatus: flowers October 2001, from a plant cultivated by Tony Druce, originally from Takaka Hill. Fruit June, from a plant cultivated at Lincoln, supplied by Brian Molloy.

109 M. aff. obovatus (i): flowers September, berries April 1981, from a plant cultivated by Tony Druce.

111 M. aff. obovatus (ii): flowers October, fruit February 2004, from a plant cultivated by Shannel Courtney, originally from Mt Burnett, North West Nelson.

113 M. aff. obovatus (iii): male flowers October 1993 from Mt Owen. Collected by Tony Druce.

113 M. aff. novae-zelandiae: flowers February from Stephens Island, Marlborough Sounds.

Collected by Brian Molloy and Shannel Courtney.

115 M. drucei: flowers November 1977, fruit April from Ahukawakawa Swamp, Mt Taranaki.

Collected by Tony Druce.

115 M. crassifolius: flowers September fruit March from a plant cultivated by Tony Druce originally from Woodside Gorge, Marlborough.

117 M. aff. crassifolius: flowers October 2001 from Woodside Creek, Marlborough. Collected by Brian Molloy.

117 M. chathamicus: flowers September, fruit February 2001 from a cultivated plant. Supplied by Brian Molloy.

119 M. alpinus: flowers October 2001, fruit May from a plant cultivated at Lincoln originally from Ashburton. Supplied by Brian Molloy.

119 M. aff. alpinus (i): flowers October 2000 from Rough Ridge, Ida Valley near Naseby, Otago.

Collected by Rory Logan. Identified by Brian Molloy.

119 M. aff. alpinus (ii): flowers October from a cultivated plant originally from Tinline Valley, Pelorus Catchment, Marlborough. Collected by Tony Druce.

121 M. aff. alpinus (iii): flowers October 2001 from Rarangi Creek, Marlborough. Collected by Brian Molloy. Fruit January 2000 from Cemetery Bush Reserve, 20 km north of Kaikoura. Collected by Audrey Eagle.

121 M. aff. alpinus (iv): flowers October 2000 from a cultivated plant at Christchurch Botanic Gardens originally from Lake Lyndon, Canterbury, collected by Brian Molloy. Fruit February 2000 from same source.

123 M. aff. alpinus (v): plant ‘A’, open scree plants from above Stella Lake, Mt Lyford, Amuri Range,

South Marlborough December 1999. Collected by Audrey Eagle. The lowland sheltered form ‘B’:

flowers October 1993 from a plant cultivated by Tony Druce originally from Kaikoura. Fruit August 1998 from a plant cultivated at Percy’s Reserve by Robyn Smith. On Plant ‘A’ a shade form branchlet similar to that on Plant ‘B’ was seen. Personal comment Audrey Eagle.

125 M. aff. alpinus (vi): flowers October 1979 from Matiri Range, North West Nelson. Fruit from a cultivated plant, March. All supplied by Tony Druce.

127 M. aff. alpinus (vii): collection of specimens from Lake Lyndon area and from Southern Ashburton made by Brian Molloy and Tony Druce September 1976. Repeated by them in 1993.

Flowers and fruit from a cultivated plant originally from Mt Peel, Canterbury.

127 M. flexuosus: flowers November 1976 from a cultivated plant, originally from Maruia Valley, northern Westland. Fruit April from Mataroa, north west of Taihape. Collected by Tony Druce.

129 Tetragonia tetragonioides: flowers and fruit October 1979 from a plant cultivated by Tony Druce.

131 T. implexicoma: flowers December, from Stewart Island, fruit from Pukerua Bay, supplied by Colin Ogle.

131 Muehlenbeckia ephedroides: flowers November 1977, fruit March 1978 from a plant cultivated by Landcare Research, Lincoln. Supplied by Brian Molloy.

133 M. australis: male flower November, from Kawhia, Waikato, fruit March from Kaimai Range, Bay of Plenty. Two views of seed from Otago 2003, collected by Audrey Eagle.



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