Herbarium Sheet Detail
NTBG Plant Name:
K. R. Wood
April 6, 2006
south-central coast, offshore and west of Huawai Bay, basaltic substrate of boulders and soil.
shrubs of 35-70 cm, stems gray brown erect or spreading horizontally, third dominant species on islet
Cenchrus ciliaris grassland.
W/ relic native shrubs of Sida fallax, along with a few uncommon relics of Tribulus cystoïdes, Waltheria indica, Abutilon incanum, and Boerhavia repens.
Lanai, Poopoo, south-central coast, teardrop shaped islet just offshore and west of Huawai Bay, narrow on north end broadening on south, basaltic substrate of boulders and soil, approximately 20 m elev., 40 m × 40 m marine-bench with tide-pools on south, top of islet is a non-native Cenchrus ciliaris grassland with relic native shrubs of Sida fallax, along with a few uncommon relics of Tribulus cystoïdes, Waltheria indica, Abutilon incanum, and Boerhavia repens, other non-native associates include Portulaca oleracea, Merremia aegyptia, Cenchrus echinatus, Chloris virgata, Conyza bonariensis, and Lantana camara, ca. seven pair of wedge tailed shearwaters observed pairing off in burrows on upper western slope, ca. 40 additional burrows observed, easy access to top from both the southwest and northwest corners of islet.
Date of Record Creation:
October 18, 2011
Date of Last Update:
March 23, 2023
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