Marine invertebrates of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park.
is an illustrated list of species occurring within the park -- each name
linked to a species by family. If illustrations are available, thumbnail
pictures on the family list pages link to enlarged photos.
Or, you can browse pages of illustrations arranged by family. With some
browsers holding your curser on the image will pop up the animal name.
(There, clicking on any image jumps to the enlarged photo).
1. Zoanthids to stoney corals
2. Worms to cone shells
3. Sea slugs to crabs
4. Starfish to sea cucumbers
principal sources of the plants listed here are from:
J. H. and R. E. Brock. 1974. The Marine Fauna of the Coast of Northern Kona,
Hawaii. University of Hawaii Sea Grant Program Sea Grant Advisory Report UNIHI-SEAGRANT-AR-74-02.
30 pp., (view this report in pdf),
J. A. and R. E. Brock. 1974. Aquatic Survey of the Kona Coast Ponds, Hawaii
Island. University of Hawaii Sea Grant Program Sea Grant Advisory Report UNIHI-SEAGRANT-AR-74-04.
73 pp., (view this report in pdf),
Parrish, J., G. Smith, and J. Norris. 1990. Resources of the marine
waters of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park. Cooperative
National Park Resources Study Unit, Technical Report 74. Dept of Botany,
Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. 118 pp. (download
this report in pdf)
Marrack, L., S. Beavers, M Weijerman and R. Most. 2014. Baseline
assessment of the coral reef habitat in Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical
Park adjacent to the Shores of Kohanaiki development, 2006-2007.
Cooperative National Park Resources Study Unit, Technical Report 190.
Dept of Botany, Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. r8 pp. (download
this report in pdf)
This website was developed from the National Park Service
Inventory and Monitoring website -- now publically available for searches
at https://irma.nps.gov/App/Species/Search. The data are
from a report on invertebrates of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical
Park dated 7 March 2007.
An excellent source of superb illustrations of Hawaii's marine invertebrates
is Keoki and Yuko Stender's website: http://www.marinelifephotography.com/
more about the NPSpecies Inventorying and Monitoring Program.
National Park Service contacts: <email@example.com>
Page last updated 14 October 2014.