The species has been propagated at the Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. and at the National Tropical Botanical Garden's McBryde Garden on Kauai, Hawaii in the USA. (Florence, J. 2004. Abutilon sachetianum. IUCN 2004.) (Information for this species compiled and recorded by Camelia Cirnaru, NTBG Consultant.)
Abutilon sachetianum is native to Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia. (Florence, J. 2004. Abutilon sachetianum. IUCN 2004.)
Only known from the Marquesas, the species is found in small subpopulations on the islands of Eiao, Hatutaa, Hiva Oa, Mohotani and Nuku Hiva. Populations on Eiao and Hatutaa are in a critically endangered state. (Florence, J. 1998. Abutilon sachetianum. In: 2004 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.)
We currently have 11 herbarium specimens for Abutilon sachetianum in our collection. Click on any specimen below to view the herbarium sheet data.