Moth Catcher (Araujia serifera)
The Moth Catcher is a vigorous climber with sticky, milky sap that grows to 5 metres or higher. The sap is poisonous and can cause skin irritation. Leaves are dark green and smooth above and pale green or whitish below with short, dense hairs. White, cream or pale pink flowers appear from November to April followed by green, spongy fruits which turn brown and woody and split to release numerous blackish seeds.