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Manono

This genus was hedyotis, now kadua.

K. centranthoides is a small sparse erect purplish shrub on even the most barren lava fields. In the shade of the wetter forests it grows tall and sprawling, somewhat like a short vine.

K. affinis is widespread and polymorphic. K. axillaris is very similar, and difficult to differentiate until it flowers.

I rarely see k. acuminata in the wild, and I haven't seen k. littoralis.

K. coriacea (kio'ele) is very rare in the pohakuloa area, and until recently presumed extinct.
K. Centranthoides
[ K. Centranthoides ]
K. Affinis
[ K. Affinis ]
K. Axillaris
K. Axillaris
K. Acuminata
K. Acuminata
K. Acuminata
K. Acuminata
Kadua Coriacea
Kadua Coriacea
Manono
Manono
Manono
Manono
Manono
Manono
Kadua sp.
Kadua sp.
Kadua sp., Honomalino
Kadua sp., Honomalino
Makawao Manono
Makawao Manono