A: Asplenium flaccidum, makawe. Thick, lobed fronds with spore capsules sitting at 45 degrees to the midrib.
B: Metrosideros diffusa, rata. Pointed leaves, dark vein on underside (not visible in photo).
C: Notogrammitis heterophylla, taupeka. Lobed fronds with distinct central vein. Note: Makawe is also in this photo on the left.
D: Peperomia urvilleana, wharanui. Succulent leaves that occur in a whorled arrangement.
E: Griselinia lucida, puka. Large leaves with asymmetrical bases.
F: Metrosideros perforata, aka. Round leaves and reddish stems.