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Flag: USA Hawaii Kanaka Maoli The Kanaka Maoli is considered by many native Hawaiians to be the original flag of the Kingdom of Hawaii. It has eight stripes representing the eight islands of Hawaii. ian,symbol,illustration,flag,hawaii,Kanaka Maoli,
Flag: USA Hawaii Kanaka MaoliVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network25 views1 downloads (Details)The Kanaka Maoli is considered by many native Hawaiians to be the original flag of the Kingdom of Hawaii. It has eight stripes representing the eight islands of Hawaii.Add to lightbox
Hibiscus Flower A stylized red hibiscus flower with an orange style protruding from the center of the flower. The hibiscus is the state flower of Hawaii. symbol,vector,illustration,hibiscus,flower,flora,Plantae,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Rosids,Malvales,Malvaceae,Malvoideae,Hibiscus,rose mallow
Hibiscus FlowerVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network11 views3 downloads (Details)A stylized red hibiscus flower with an orange style protruding from the center of the flower. The hibiscus is the state flower of Hawaii.Add to lightbox
Hawaiian Royalty Headdress A side view of a three dimensional headdress colored yellow, red, and orange. symbol,vector,illustration,Hawaii,headress,royalty,hawaiian,colored,ruler,hat,head,piece
Hawaiian Royalty HeaddressVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network6 views1 downloads (Details)A side view of a three dimensional headdress colored yellow, red, and orange.Add to lightbox
Flag: USA Hawaii This symbol shows a flattened view of the official flag of Hawaii. The flag comprises of red, white, and blue stripes and includes the British flag in the top left-hand corner.   symbol,vector,illustration,state,flag,Hawaii,pride,hawaiian,America
Flag: USA HawaiiVector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network6 views1 downloads (Details)This symbol shows a flattened view of the official flag of Hawaii. The flag comprises of red, white, and blue stripes and includes the British flag in the top left-hand corner. Add to lightbox
Ipomoea pes-caprae (Beach Morning Glory) In Hawaiian, this common flowering vine is called pohuehue. It was used by ancient Hawaiians for cordage, leaves as shade for fish traps, and medicinally. symbol,vector,illustration,Convolvulaceae,indigenous
Ipomoea pes-caprae (Beach Morning Glory)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network330 views61 downloads (Details)In Hawaiian, this common flowering vine is called pohuehue. It was used by ancient Hawaiians for cordage, leaves as shade for fish traps, and medicinally.Add to lightbox
Herpestes javanicus (Small Asian Mongoose) Native to India, introduced to Hawaii Island in 1883 (via Jamaica, where it was also introduced), then introduced to Maui, Molokai, and Oahu; none were introduced on the island of Kauai. Mongoose were imported by the sugar industry to control rats in cane fields. This infamous mistake was made without much knowledge about mongoose. Mongoose, which are active during the day, did not control the rats because the rats are primarily active at night. symbol,vector,illustration,invasive,introduced,'Iole manakuke,Chordata,Mammalia,Carnivora,Herpestidae,Herpestes,SBW
Herpestes javanicus (Small Asian Mongoose)Vector Graphic (SVG) Sally BellIntegration and Application Network337 views33 downloads (Details)Native to India, introduced to Hawaii Island in 1883 (via Jamaica, where it was also introduced), then introduced to Maui, Molokai, and Oahu; none were introduced on the island of Kauai. Mongoose were imported by the sugar industry to control rats in cane fields. This infamous mistake was made without much knowledge about mongoose. Mongoose, which are active during the day, did not control the rats because the rats are primarily active at night.Add to lightbox
Batis maritima (Pickleweed) Pickleweed is an invasive or introduced plant in Hawaii. It has succulent, brilliant green leaves and is common in salt marshes and tidal shorelines. It grows slowly in soils with high salt concentrations and areas with seawater overwash where it suffers little competition from other plants. The species manages salts by sequestering them in cell vacuoles and eventually shedding the leaves. symbol,vector,illustration,flowering,plant,invasive,introduced,turtleweed,saltwort,beachwort,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Rosids,Brassicales,Bataceae,SBW
Batis maritima (Pickleweed)Vector Graphic (SVG) Sally BellIntegration and Application Network397 views53 downloads (Details)Pickleweed is an invasive or introduced plant in Hawaii. It has succulent, brilliant green leaves and is common in salt marshes and tidal shorelines. It grows slowly in soils with high salt concentrations and areas with seawater overwash where it suffers little competition from other plants. The species manages salts by sequestering them in cell vacuoles and eventually shedding the leaves.Add to lightbox
Santalum freycinetianum (Freycinet Sandalwood) Front view illustration of a Freycinet Sandalwood, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. It is found in the mesic to dry forests of O'ahu. The fragrant wood of this shrub or small tree has history as a significant trade commodity through the mid 19th century. Ancient Hawaiians also used the wood, bark and leaves. symbol,vector,illustration,sandalwood,flowering,tree,native,Forest Sandalwood,European Mistletoe,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Core eudicots,Santalales,Santalaceae,Santalum,?Iliahi
Santalum freycinetianum (Freycinet Sandalwood)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network559 views154 downloads (Details)Front view illustration of a Freycinet Sandalwood, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. It is found in the mesic to dry forests of O'ahu. The fragrant wood of this shrub or small tree has history as a significant trade commodity through the mid 19th century. Ancient Hawaiians also used the wood, bark and leaves.Add to lightbox
Scaevola coriacea (Dwarf Naupaka) Front illustration of a Dwarf Naupaka, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Dwarf naupaka formerly grew in coastal sites, primarily on consolidated sand dunes, on all of the main islands and was probably never very common. Today, it is endangered. symbol,illustration,vector,naupaka,hawaii,perennial,herb,native,endangered,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Asterids,Asterales,Goodeniaceae,Scaevola
Scaevola coriacea (Dwarf Naupaka)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network65 views10 downloads (Details)Front illustration of a Dwarf Naupaka, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Dwarf naupaka formerly grew in coastal sites, primarily on consolidated sand dunes, on all of the main islands and was probably never very common. Today, it is endangered.Add to lightbox
Acacia koa (Koa tree) Front view illustration of a Koa tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. There are actually two species of koa native to Hawaii. The large forest koa is well known around the world for the beautiful hard wood. Koa's smaller cousin, koai?a, that once grew in the lowlands of most of the main Hawaiian Islands, has an even harder wood that is much prized for its gnarled grain. symbol,vector,illustration,koa,tree,shrub,native,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Rosids,Fabales,Fabaceae,Acacia,Hawaii
Acacia koa (Koa tree)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network475 views143 downloads (Details)Front view illustration of a Koa tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. There are actually two species of koa native to Hawaii. The large forest koa is well known around the world for the beautiful hard wood. Koa's smaller cousin, koai?a, that once grew in the lowlands of most of the main Hawaiian Islands, has an even harder wood that is much prized for its gnarled grain.Add to lightbox
Leucaena leucocephala (White Leadtree) Known as Koa haole (foreign koa) in Hawaii, or leucaena, is abundant as a weed in dry lowlands of Hawaii, often forming dense thickets in lowlands and lower mountain slopes of 2500 ft (762 m) altitude. symbol,vector,illustration,tree,invasive,introduced,non-native,Jumbay,White Popinac,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Rosids,Fabales,Fabaceae,Mimosoideae,Mimoseae,Leucaena
Leucaena leucocephala (White Leadtree)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network9 views3 downloads (Details)Known as Koa haole (foreign koa) in Hawaii, or leucaena, is abundant as a weed in dry lowlands of Hawaii, often forming dense thickets in lowlands and lower mountain slopes of 2500 ft (762 m) altitude.Add to lightbox
Chenopodium oahuense (Aweoweo) Front view illustration of an Aweoweo, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Native water and land birds (e.g., Nihoa finch), and seabirds use Aweoweo for food, nesting material or nesting sites. Early Hawaiians used the wood to form shark hooks (makau mano) fitted with bone points. Aweoweo leaves and shoots were wrapped in ti leaves, cooked and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians. symbol,vector,illustration,tree,flora,aweoweo,alaweo,alaweo huna,aheahea,ahea,ahewahewa,kahaihai,native,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Core eudicots,Caryophyllales,Amaranthaceae,Chenopodioideae,Chenopodium oahuense
Chenopodium oahuense (Aweoweo)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network230 views52 downloads (Details)Front view illustration of an Aweoweo, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Native water and land birds (e.g., Nihoa finch), and seabirds use Aweoweo for food, nesting material or nesting sites. Early Hawaiians used the wood to form shark hooks (makau mano) fitted with bone points. Aweoweo leaves and shoots were wrapped in ti leaves, cooked and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians.Add to lightbox

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