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Pa'u O Hi'iaka (Hi'iaka's skirt)

Jacquemontia ovalifolia subsp. sandwicensis (Convolvulaceae)

Description:

Low-lying vine with light-colored lavender flowers 10-12 mm across.

Habitat:

Tropical; dry coastal strand shrubland and grassland.

Notes:

Spotted alongside what passes for a 4-wheel drive road, west of the end of Farrington Highway on the north shore of Oahu. This sub-species is endemic to Hawaii.

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Allen Hoof
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Spotted on Mar 22, 2014
Submitted on Mar 23, 2014

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