Coprosma J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.

Leaves mostly less than 5 cm long. Style 2-lobed; the lobes very long Coprosma
Leaves thick, glossy on the upper surface, more than 10 mm long. Flowers several together
Leaves acuminate, broad-ovate to lanceolate, 1–7 cm long. Flowers few together in short pedunculate heads which are terminal but becoming lateral by the growth of the shoot. Corolla 6 mm long. Fruit red or brownish. Shrub up to 2 m high, usually minutely scabrous. Blue Mts, e.g. Blackheath. Open forests not usually on Ss. Fl. summer Coprosma hirtella
Leaves obtuse truncate or emarginate, broad-oblong to broad-ovate, 2–8 cm long. Domatia prominant on lower surface. Flowers numerous in compound axillary clusters. Corolla 5 mm long. Fruit orange-red. Shrub up to 8 m high but sometimes prostrate, pubescent on the young branches. Naturalized at places near the sea. Introd. from New Zealand. Fl. spring–summer. Looking-glass or Mirror Bush Coprosma repens