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‘Aka’aka’awa refugium

I was super excited to finally come across this cool native plant. This is the sole native begonia to Hawai’i: ‘Aka’aka’awa (Hillebrandia sandwicensis). I personally like to say it in the same cadence as the name of a certain young … Continue reading

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Paleobiogeography and the long memories of Ole Owyhee Part I

Not the most euphonious title. But paleobiogeography┬áis a marvelous thing to me. To put it in a slightly more simple way, it’s about how populations have expanded and contracted in an area over time.

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