and un: distinct clades in the genus Palola (Eunicidae, Polychaeta).
Spawning periodicity and habitat of the palolo
worm Eunice viridis (Polychaeta: Eunicidae) in the Samoan Islands.
Chinese community leaders worked closely with members of the haole establishment by way of the Associated Charities and the United Welfare Fund (later the Aloha United Fund) with respect to the founding and upkeep of the Palolo
13) But he goes on to say "that the localization may have been viewed differently by others at different dates", referring to Cunningham (1854: 34), who writes: "Balti or Balti-yul, is called Palolo
, or Balor, by the Dards, and Nang-kod [i.
Survivors include three sons, Lincoln Barit of Hawaii, Raymond Yohe of Los Angeles and William Yohe of Salem; three daughters, Julie Barit of West Virginia, Maryann Lewis of Elmira and Debra Scanlan of Springfield; two sisters, Fuatai Weeks of Los Angeles and Palolo
Hiner of West Virginia; a brother, Tapuvae Faatiliga of American Samoa; 24 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
Various species of annelids in the Class Polychaeta called Palolo
worms are found in scattered locations around the world, but most famous is Eunice viridis in the Samoan Islands.
Lum also helped develop taro plantations in Manoa, Moiliili, Palolo
Valley and Kahalu'u, established three poi factories in Honolulu, and managed and developed the largest rice planting operation and wholesale distribution agency on the island.
At the time, the family lived in low-income housing in Palolo
As regards the seasonal phenomena of the local Melanesian environment analysed herein, the present contribution offers new data relating to the ecology and ethnographic significance of a pan-Oceanic marine creature known as the Palolo
is a greatly appreciated food in several Pacific islands.
Rising well above the sordid world of sailors, soldiers, shopkeepers, and tourists, the house affords Prewitt a paradisiacal sanctuary where one can "look down into the streets of Palolo
Valley as if [he] were a God," where one can witness the sun "light everything a crimson gold preparatory to dropping in the sea" (480).
Many fisheries are unique to certain localities, such as that for palolo
worm in American Samoa (Craig et.