pacifica palmeira leque-de-fiji 8 Seemann & H.
magnifolia (na'ena'e), Dubautia waialealae (na'ena'e), Geranium kauaiense (nohoanu), Keysseria erici, Keysseria, helenae, Labordia helleri (kamakahala), Labordia pumila (kamakahala), Lysimachia daphnoides (lehua makanoe), Melicope degeneri (alani), Melicope paniculata (alani), Melicope puberula (alani), Myrsine mezii (kolea), Pittosporum napaliense (ho'awa), Platydesma rostrata (pilo kea lau li'i), Pritchardia
hardyi (loulu), Psychotria grandiflora (kopiko), Psychotria hobdyi (kopiko), Schiedea attenuata, Stenogyne kealiae, Cyanea kolekoleensis, Cyanea dolichopoda, Cyrtandra paliku, Diellia mannii, Doryopteris angelica, Dryopteris crinalis var.
indica in Florida include ornamental palms such as the Fiji fan palm Pritchardia
The main traditional, often aboriginally-introduced, species found in villages and house-yard gardens, in permanent village tree groves, and as protected or deliberately planted intercrops in food gardens, include: coconut palms, a wide range of banana and plantain cultivars, breadfruit, sago palm, nut trees (Canarium spp., Barringtonia edulis, Inocarpus fagifer, and Terminalia catappa), edible pandanus (Pandanus spp.), Malay or mountain apple (Syzygium malaccense), oceanic litchi (Pometia pinnata), Polynesian vi-apple (Spondius dulcis), pommelo (Citrus maxima), joint-fir (Gnetum gnemon), edible figs (Ficus spp.), dragon plum (Dracontomelon vidense), red-bead tree (Adenanthera pavonina), and a number of palms, including the betelnut (Areca catechu) and Pritchardia
and Veitchia spp.
Of the world's 2,700 palm species, about 224 are highly threatened with extinction, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, including 15 of Hawaii's 23 native Pritchardia
Three of the plant species-Amaranthus brownii, Pritchardia
remota or loulu, and Schiedea verticillata--are found only on the northwestern Hawaiian islands.
values seem to change out of phase with most of the other types, possibly suggesting short-term climate fluctuations rather than a drying out of the sinkhole.
But the new Cook Pine Trail (less than 1/4 mile long) leads past a small collection of native plants such as Hibiscus waimeae and Pritchardia
); eophyll entire, lanceolate or linear-lanceolate, acute or
Three of the plant species--Amaranthus brownii, Pritchardia
remora or loulu, and Schiedea verticillata--are found only on the northwestern Hawaiian islands.