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.

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.

tree invasive introduced non-native Jumbay White Popinac Angiosperms Eudicots Rosids Fabales Fabaceae Mimosoideae Mimoseae Leucaena

Author(s)Jane Hawkey
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Date Created2010-01-01
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