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0 0 Kapa kapa

Kapa kapa

by Alan Cajes

Scandent epiphytic shrub.

0 0 Domestic Cattle

Domestic Cattle

by AngeSylvestriHawaii, USA

I spotted these in Kapa'a Kaua'i

0 0 Koi

Koi

by lillian.steenblik.hwangHawaiʻi, USA

Ornamental koi are bred from carp and found in water features and ponds.

0 0 Screw pine

Screw pine

by usedpaperKailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA

hawaiian name: Hala fruit used for tooth and paint brushes

3 0 Argiope appensa

Argiope appensa

by J.S. GeigerHawaii, USA

Introduced species to Hawai'i.

0 0 Showy Medinilla

Showy Medinilla

by AgnesAdiqueTalavera

forest trees or in the ground in clearings. Called

9 14 Showy Medinilla

Showy Medinilla

by AgnesAdiqueTalaveraQuezon, Philippines

forest trees or in the ground in clearings. Called

5 0 Barn Owl

Barn Owl

by Noah Citizen aka OlivierHonolulu, Hawaii, USA

Medium-sized owl with white, heart-shaped facial disk, no ear tufts, and long ...

0 0 Taro or kalo

Taro or kalo

by joanbstanley

This patch of taro was part of a planting representing how ancient Hawaiians ...

4 4 shampoo ginger or awapuhi, ‘awapuhi kuahiwi, ōpuni

shampoo ginger or awapuhi, ‘awapuhi kuahiwi, ōpuni

by p.young713Tampa, Florida, USA

http://173.201.252.229/ethnobotanydb/ethnobotany.php?b=d&ID=awapuhi

0 0 Laua'e

Laua'e

Orange seeds found on underside of leaf, on either side of midrib. Leaf curves ...

3 0 Kou

Kou

by dd.donutdani

brown due that was used to design kapa. ...