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Freycinetia arborea


a woody vine indigenous to Hawaii. "Hawaiians used the roots of 'Ie'ie to make fish traps and crested helmets as well as handles for gourd rattles and fine baskets" -from book: Endangered Plants and Threatened ecosystems on the Island of Hawaii by James Juvik and others.


climbs up trees, rainforest


Indigenous Species, Growing on a ridge off the Waihe'e Ridge trail in Maui.

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Spotted on Mar 18, 2012
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