Mother of Millions is an invasive succulent herb that is toxic to stock and impacts on native fauna and flora. Mother of millions spreads both from seed and plant parts. It can often be found on old dump sites and around abandoned houses and gardens.
This guideline has been prepared under section 15 of the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 (Qld) to support successful management of mother of millions, a Class 2 declared pest. It sets out an objective, and statutory and non-statutory actions which are...
A 2007 fact sheet on invasive plants and animals produced by Land Protection (Invasive Plants and Animals) for the Queensland Government's Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries. This fact sheet is on Mother of Millions.
A stem-boring weevil, Osphilia tenuipes (Fairmaire) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), from Madagascar, was screened in South Africa to determine its potential as a biological control agent for Bryophyllum delagoense (Ecklon & Zeyher) Schinz (Crassulaceae) in Australia. Favourable...
The biology and host range of a leaf-beetle, Rhembastus sp. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Eumolpinae) from Madagascar, was studied under quarantine laboratory conditions in South Africa to determine its potential as a biological control agent of Bryophyllum delagoense (Ecklon...
The Madagascan endemic, Bryophyllum delagoense (Crassulaceae), is a major weed in Queensland, Australia. Despite having first been recorded in Australia in the 1940s, it is far more invasive there than on the African mainland where it was introduced more than 170 years ago. This...

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