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I know it's a wax plant vine; there were quite a few types on Google and the leaves look pretty similar. The leaves are just green with no white spots, just green, on them and the mature leaves are more in a circular shape not a long oval. The 2nd photo is of new growth on it. We are doing a regeneration of bushland where people ages ago had a nursery so help would be great.

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  • what location was the plant found in? Was it growing outdoors or indoors? – kevinsky Jan 10 '14 at 15:32
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    Actually i believe i found it 'Hoya Australis' just in case anyone else has this query, my wax vine didn't have spots on the leaves like the other wax plants so thats what i was lost on. – user3032 Jan 11 '14 at 14:29
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I found the name. it's a Waxvine or Common waxflower, Hoya australis. It doesn't have spots on the leaves like the others so took me a while to find the answer.

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It looks like a Hoya obovata.

I'm not really sure though.

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