Monthly Archives: January 2023

Of Flies and Phenomena (Drosophila Reintroduction)

Have you ever witnesses some sort of natural phenomenon? It doesn’t have to be super rare; it could be Manhatten-henge, it could be the Queensland Morning Glory, a solar eclipse, an aurora, it could even be a rainbow. It doesn’t … Continue reading

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Getting to know your Hawaiian Lobeliads #38 Lobelia yuccoides

Lobelia yuccoides *From Manual of the Flowering Plants of Hawai’i

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Let’s talk about: Doodia

Here is another fern we have at the Manoa Cliff restoration site. ‘Okupukupu (Doodia kunthiana) is another endemic component to mesic-wet forest understories here in Hawai’i. It may be common in other areas, but I have not come across this … Continue reading

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