Tree weta are weta in the genus Hemideina of the family Anostostomatidae. They are endemic to New Zealand.
- West Coast bush weta, Hemideina broughi (Buller, 1896)
- Overlaps with the Wellington tree weta on the West Coast.
- Wellington tree weta, Hemideina crassidens (Blanchard, 1851)
- Wellington, the Wairarapa, the northern part of the South Island, and the West Coast.
- Canterbury tree weta, Hemideina femorata Hutton, 1898
- Mountain stone weta, Hemideina maori (Pictet & Saussure, 1891)
- The drier areas of the central South Island high country. It abandoned life in trees millions of years ago in favour of crevices and cavities under rocks.
- Banks Peninsula tree weta, Hemideina ricta Hutton, 1898
- Banks Peninsula.
- Auckland tree weta, Hemideina thoracica (White, 1842)
- Also known as tokoriro, found throughout the North Island apart from the Wellington-Wairarapa region.
- Hawke's Bay tree weta, Hemideina trewicki Morgan-Richards, 1995
- Hawke's Bay.