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Interesting spotting Sonicjup,congrats,thanks for sharing and welcome to Project Noah :-)I hope you like the site us much we do,there are many features you can explore,first you should read the http://www.projectnoah.org/faq where you have all the "rules" of Project Noah :-)You have also a blog http://blog.projectnoah.org/ where we post articles from our best specialists in the diferents areas and also storys of wildlife "adventures" from our most knowened users.There are also the chats for elp in the id process and to comment your's and other's spottings.Attention when join local missions http://www.projectnoah.org/missions they have a range that is in the mission map,see first that before join.you only can submit spotting in a mission if the photos where taken inside the mission range.Enjoy your self,see you arround :-)
Nice spotting of plant growing in a lovely place !.Here's some interesting information about the wood from this plant/tree:Native Hawaiians on the northwest coast of the island of Kauaʻi used lightweight pāpala branches in the art of ʻōahi. Branches were ignited and tossed off of high sea cliffs, where they were buoyed by ridge lifts and burned like fireworks. Source: Wikipedia
Spotted on Jan 12, 2013 Submitted on Feb 28, 2013