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The indigenous trees of the Hawaiian Islands

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Published in Honolulu, T. H .
Written in English

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  • Hawaii.
    • Subjects:
    • Trees -- Hawaii

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Joseph F. Rock.. Issued June 16, 1913. With two hundred and fifteen photo-engravings. Pub. under patronage.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK493.H4 R6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination4 p. l., 518 p., 1 l.
      Number of Pages518
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6558949M
      LC Control Number13015884
      OCLC/WorldCa2339890


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ABOUT THIS BOOK: Released jointly in by Charles Tuttle Co. and the Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden, this is a most welcome reprint. At a bulky, satisfying pounds and pages, this reprint captures all of Rock's original black and white by:   The Indigenous Trees of the Hawaiian Islands: Rock, Joseph Francis Charles: : Books/5(3).

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Native to mainly Australia, eucalyptus trees grow fast and can reach heights of up to feet (91 m), making them the tallest hardwood trees in the world. A common sight on all the main Hawaiian islands is the rainbow eucalyptus (Eucalyptus deglupta), also known as Bagras eucalyptus or Mindanao gum.

The koa is Hawaii's most common native tree. Koa trees grow fast and can reach heights of feet (30 m). The beautiful reddish-brown koa wood is prized for its strength and weight.

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; 27 cm. Notes Reprint of the ed. privately published under patronage, Honolulu ; with new addenda. Includes indexes. Originally published in This extensive study gives botanical data about the trees and shrubs of Hawaii with a clarity that can be easily understood by everyone.

The author describes the plants, gives common names, mainland equivalents – if there are any – and tells their uses in the changing world of the Pacific Islands. Indigenous Trees of the Hawaiian Islands by Joseph Francis Charles Rock.

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The Polynesians who first traveled to the Hawaiian Islands brought with them a variety of useful plants. The Polynesian-introduced plants that are included on this website are marked with an asterisk (*).

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Media in category "The indigenous trees of the Hawaiian Islands ()" The following files are in this category, out of total. (previous page) (). The flowers and wildlife of this most beautiful state continually lure visitors to Hawaii with its lush green covered mountains dotted with bright blooms.

Take a look at the flora and fauna indigenous to Hawaii and you will see a variety of spectacular birds, plants, flowers, animals and marine life. The first United States law to identify the natives of the Hawaiian Islands as indigenous is the joint resolution to acknowledge the th anniversary of the Janu overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawai‘i, and to offer an apology to Native Hawaiians on behalf of the United States for the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawai‘i.

In his famous book Indigenous Trees of the Hawaiian Islands (), Rock praised the area for its botanical diversity calling it one of the richest districts in the State.

Upon his return to the area some 20 years later inRock is said to have wept over the dramatic deterioration during his. The story goes that the sandalwood trade began in the early ’s shortly after the discovery of the islands by Captain Cook.

At that time the slopes of Haleakala from sea level to the tree line at about ’ elevation were completely covered by a 3 layered rainforest canopy of diverse trees of koa, ohia and sandalwood.5/5(1).With more than native fish, 10, native insects and over 1, types of land snails the islands are teaming with rare and beautiful creatures.

Birds. Among the birds found in Hawai'i are several species of Hawaiian Honeycreeper most of which are endangered, Hawaiian Duck or Koloa, Hawaiian Coot, and Lysan albatross.