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Suzi Holler
Suzi Holler • 2 years ago

"2004: Hawaiian cyanea tree discovered. This large, tree-like shrub is endemic to Hawaiian island of Maui. Sadly, there were fewer than ten Hawaiian cyanea trees remaining by 2008. In Hawaii it is listed as a “Species of Greatest Conservation Need”, and significant efforts are being made to preserve the remaining individuals."

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