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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 Network118 views25 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
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 Network194 views76 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
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 Network159 views87 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
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 Network74 views35 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
Cephalopholis argus (Blue-spotted Grouper) Side view illustration of an adult Blue-spotted Grouper. The blue-spotted grouper was introduced to the Hawaiian islands from Moorea, French Polynesia in the late 1950s in an attempt to establish a grouper fishery in Hawaii. symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Chordata,Actinopterygii,Perciformes,Serranidae,Cephalopholis argus,Blue-spotted Grouper,Argus Grouper,Peacock Hind,Peacock Grouper,Peacock Rockcod,gamefish,invasive,aquarium
Cephalopholis argus (Blue-spotted Grouper)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network125 views42 downloads (Details)Side view illustration of an adult Blue-spotted Grouper. The blue-spotted grouper was introduced to the Hawaiian islands from Moorea, French Polynesia in the late 1950s in an attempt to establish a grouper fishery in Hawaii.Add to lightbox
Erythrina sandwicensis (Wiliwili) Front view of a Wiliwili tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. It is typically found in dry forests on leeward island slopes up to an elevation of 600 m. symbol,vector,illustration,wiliwili,native,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Rosids,Fabales,Fabaceae,Erythrina
Erythrina sandwicensis (Wiliwili)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network83 views41 downloads (Details)Front view of a Wiliwili tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. It is typically found in dry forests on leeward island slopes up to an elevation of 600 m.Add to lightbox
Acacia Koa Tree A Mature Acacia Koa Tree showing compound leaves and phyllodes Hawaii,flora,plant,native
Acacia Koa TreePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN245 views4 downloads (Details)A Mature Acacia Koa Tree showing compound leaves and phyllodesAdd to lightbox
Kahili Ginger Blossom A Kahili Ginger Blossom found in Hawaii flora,plant,Hedychium Gardnerianum,invasive,weather,agriculture
Kahili Ginger BlossomPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN207 views10 downloads (Details)A Kahili Ginger Blossom found in HawaiiAdd to lightbox
Kileaua Caldera A crator from the volcano Kileaua Caldera in Hawaii emits sulfer dioxide, gas, and steam Hawaii,Kileaua Caldera
Kileaua CalderaPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN111 views2 downloads (Details)A crator from the volcano Kileaua Caldera in Hawaii emits sulfer dioxide, gas, and steamAdd to lightbox
Lava flow at the coast in Hawaii Lava flows from a volcano into the ocean while a boater passes Hawaii,volcano,lava
Lava flow at the coast in HawaiiPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN168 views6 downloads (Details)Lava flows from a volcano into the ocean while a boater passesAdd to lightbox
Ohelo in Hawaiian Vaccinium reticulatum, found in Hawaii Native,flora,
Ohelo in HawaiianPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN88 views4 downloads (Details)Vaccinium reticulatum, found in HawaiiAdd to lightbox
Steam Vents above Kileaua Caldera Vents emit steam above the Kileaua Caldera in Hawaii Volcano,Steam Vent,Hawaii
Steam Vents above Kileaua CalderaPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIAN126 views5 downloads (Details)Vents emit steam above the Kileaua Caldera in HawaiiAdd to lightbox

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