This is a small climbing creeper, mostly growing on mossy rocks, old tree trunks and tree fern trunks. It can be identified by its soft, light green, opposite, hairy leaves with coarsely toothed edges and a short leaf stalk; the larger leaves are about 3‒7 cm long. The pale greenish-yellow bell flowers are about 3 cm long and hang singly from the forks of the leaves. The fruit is a white, egg-shaped berry with reddish spots. Fieldia is found in more sheltered, undisturbed rainforest patches, because it must be moist at all times and cannot survive drying out.
Melbourne area, VIC to southeast QLD