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0 0 Rangiora

Rangiora

by WildchildWellington, New Zealand

Rangiora in seed

0 0 Narrow leaved mahoe

Narrow leaved mahoe

Florence, Kentucky, USA

Long thin leaves and branches.

2 1 Mahoe Hibiscus

Mahoe Hibiscus

by AjitAssam, India

Found these flowering trees growing along the Highway in Assam

2 0 Mahoe tree, sea hibiscus

Mahoe tree, sea hibiscus

by IslandAdventureUnited States Virgin Islands, United States Virgin Islands

0 0 Bananaquit

Bananaquit

by pierrewilhelmnaudeVirgin Islands of the United States, United States Virgin Islands

Several Banaquits enjoying the leftover syrup from a pancake breakfast at

0 3 Noni

Noni

by PoolFamilyIslandAdventureCoUnited States Virgin Islands, United States Virgin Islands

Small evergreen shrub or tree. Fruit has a strong odor, especially when ripe.

2 0 Red-footed tortoise

Red-footed tortoise

by maura.p.powersWest Palm Beach, Florida, USA

Cute.

0 4 Green mahoe moth

Green mahoe moth

by Max GallagherChristchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand

A 3cm grass green moth on the wall. It was dark and I thought it was brown, I ...

4 1 Whiteywood or Mahoe (female)

Whiteywood or Mahoe (female)

by Andrea LimWaikato, New Zealand

Tree to 4m, beautiful shiny serrated leaves. Clusters of purple berries (4mm) ...

2 5 Mahoe hibiscus

Mahoe hibiscus

by auntnance123Florida, USA

http://www.hibiscus.org/species/htiliaceus.php large rank-growing shrub with ...

0 0 Portia Tree

Portia Tree

by SargonR‘Aiea, Hawaii, USA

Portia Tree (AKA Indian Tulip Tree, Pacific Rosewood, Seaside

0 0 Mahoe, whitey wood

Mahoe, whitey wood

by MikeLooseNapier, Gisborne, New Zealand

This is a reasonable sized tree about 5 to 6 metres tall. The berries are ...

0 0 Blue Mahoe

Blue Mahoe

by LivanEscuderoFlorida, USA

I remember seeing this tree often growing up in Cuba (where it is called ...

1 0 Cotton Stainer

Cotton Stainer

by LivanEscuderoFlorida, United States

There were a few adults and some nymphs on this plant.

1 1 Auckland Tree Weta

Auckland Tree Weta

by triggsturnerWaikato, New Zealand

This large endemic Ensiferan has the typical long antennae and the females have ...

1 0 Tree Weta (baby)

Tree Weta (baby)

by JillBlackAuckland, New Zealand

Tree weta are nocturnal and grow up to 40 mm long. The males, which usually ...

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