Wet Forest EVC – Shrubs Myrsine howittiana – Muttonwood, shrub with glossy green leaves that are rounded at the tips. Acacia verniciflua – Varnish Wattle – Leaves (Phyllodes) have a glossy shine, Widespread medium sized Wattle. Acacia verticillata – Prickly Moses Bedfordia arborescens – Blanket Leaf, Distinctive shrub/small tree, easily recognised by the woolly underside of the large leaves. Bedfordia arborescens – Blanket Leaf – woolly underside of the leaves. Bedfordia arborescens – Blanket Leaf Cassinia aculeata – Common Cassinia – Has shorter and narrower leaves compared to Shiny Cassinia Cassinia longifolia – Shiny Cassinia Cassinia trinerva – Three Veined Cassinia, showing the 3-veins on the back of the leaf from which the species gets its name. Cassinia trinerva – Three Veined Cassinia, Cassinia species that you can easily pick by the three veins on the underside of the leaf. Coprosma hirtella – Rough Coprosma, has larger glossy green leaves than Prickly Coprosma with a notch at the leaf apex. Coprosma quadrifida – Prickly Coprosma, has small red berries along with small green leaves and short spikes. Correa lawrenceana – Mountain Correa Goodenia ovata – Hop Goodenia Goodenia ovata – Hop Goodenia – Shrub with soft green stems and small yellow flowers. Goodia lotifolia – Golden Tip, shrub with small rounded leaves and yellow flowers. Gynatrix pulchella – Hemp-bush – Large heart shaped leaves make this easy to pick out, occurs in wet gullies. Hedycarya angusifolia – Austral Mulberry, Showing its glossy green leaves. Hedycarya angusifolia – Austral Mulberry, Glossy green leaves with a paler green underside. Lomatia fraseri – Tree Lomatia Olearia argophylla – Musk Daisy Bush Olearia argophylla – Musk daisy-bush, large toothed leaves green on the top and whitish on the underside (pictured). Olearia lirata – Snowy Daisy Bush Olearia lirata – Snowy Daisy Bush Olearia phlogopappa – Dusty daisy-bush Ozothamnus ferrugineus – Tree Everlasting Ozothamnus ferrugineus – Tree Everlasting, similar looking leaves to the cassinia species, can be confusing. Pimelea axiflora – Bootlace Bush – Small shrub with flowers that originate from the base of the leaves (axils) Pittosporum bicolor – Banyalla – Showing the white underside of the leaves. Pittosporum bicolor – Banyalla – Small narrow glossy leaves on this small tree are whitish underneath hence its species name bi-color Pittosporum undulatum – Sweet-pittosporum Polyscias sambucifolia – Elderberry Panax – This one can be tricky to identify has, several different variations in the shape of its leaves. Pomaderris aspera – Hazel Pomaderris, Attaractive plant with distinctive dark green wrinkled leaves.