O’ahu: Honolulu Mauka

Manoa Cliff Trail
Hapuu Cibotium chamissoi Common
Ohia lehua Metrosideros polymorpha Common
Koa Acacia koa Common
Ahakea lau nui Bobea elatior Rare
Palaa Sphenomeris chinesis Locally common
Uluhe Dicranopteris linearis Locally common
Naupaka kuahiwi Scaevola gaudichaudiana Rare
Ie ie Freycinetia arborea Common
Kopiko Psychotria mariniana Common
Lehua ahihi Metrosideros tremuloides Common
Kokio keo keo Hibiscus arnottianus Common
Lama Diospyros sandwicensis Rare
Kookoolau Bidens asymmetrica Locally common
Hoawa Pittosporum glabrum Rare
  Hala pepe Pleomele halapepe Rare
Mamaki Pipturus albidus Locally common
Maua Xylosma crenatum Rare
  Haha Cyanea angustifolia Locally common
Alaa Pouteria sandwicensis Rare
  Kalia Elaeocarpus bifidus Uncommon
Kopiko Psychotria kaduana Rare
Haiwale Cyrtandra grandiflora Locally common
Ala ala wai nui Peperomia latifolia Locally common
Haiwale Cyrtandra cordifolia Locally common
  Olona Touchardia latifolia Rare
  Oha wai Clermontia kakeana Locally common
Papala kepau Pisonia umbellifera Uncommon
Manono Kadua affinis Rare
Hame Antidesma platyphyllum Uncommon
Papala Charpentiera ovata Uncommon
  Kapana Phyllostegia grandiflora Rare
Olapa Cheirodendron trigynum Rare
Oha wai Clermontia oblongifolia Rare
Konahuanui Summit Trail
Lehua ahihi Metrosideros tremuloides Common
Ohia lehua Metrosideros polymorpha Common
Olapa Cheirodendron trigynum Uncommon
Naupaka kuahiwi Scaevola gaudichaudiana Common
Naupaka kuahiwi Scaevola mollis Common
Pua ahi nui Broussasia arguta Common
Akolea Boehmeria grandis Common
Haha Cyanea koolauensis Rare
Kolea Myrsine sandwicensis Uncommon
Ama’u Sadleria pallida Common
Kapana Phylllostegia grandiflora Common
Phyllostegia lantanioides Uncommon
Lapalapa Cheirodendron platyphyllum Locally common
Trematolobelia macrostacys Locally common
Trematolobelia singularis Locally common
Lobelia gaudichaudii Uncommon
Anini Eurya sandwicensis Rare
Lobelia oahuensis Rare

2 Responses to O’ahu: Honolulu Mauka

  1. Don says:

    Great to see someone is documenting the presence of these native plants and is paying attention to their presence while hiking in the mountains, unlike a lot of the “power hikers” who just speed on by oblivious to the unique and quiet beauty of the organisms around them.

    • Thanks Don. Learning about the endless variety of our native biota can be daunting. It can be hard to know where to even start. Hopefully, what I’m doing eases some of that.

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