Plants of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park is an illustrated
list of plants 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 plant name.
(There, clicking on any image jumps to the enlarged photo).
1. Ferns to Dicots - Milkweed family
2. Aster to Bignonia families
3. Borage family to Morning Glories
4. Morning Glory (part 2) to Spurge
5. Fabaceae to Goodenia families
6. Lamiaceae to Mulberry families
7. Myoporum to Plantain families
8. Leadwort to Coffee families
9. Citrus to Cacao families
10. Verbenia family to Monocots -
Agava to Bromeliads
11. Spiderworts to Grasses, part
12. Grasses, part 2, to Ruppia grass
Birds of Kaloko-Honokohau list birdls
Fishes of Kaloko-Honokohau list fishes
The principal sources of the plants listed here are from:
J. E. 1990. Description and Map of the Plant Communities of Kaloko-Honokohau
National Historical Park. Cooperative National Park Resources Study Unit,
Technical Report 73. Dept of Botany, Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. (download
this report in pdf),
Pratt, L. W. and L. L. Abbot. 1996. Distribution and Abundance of
Alien and Native Plant Species in Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park.
Cooperative National Park Resources Study Unit, Technical Report 103. Dept of
Botany, Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. (download
this report in pdf)
L. W. 1998. Vegetation Management Strategies for Three National Historical
Parks on Hawaii Island, Hawaii. Cooperative National Park Resources Study
Unit, Technical Report 121. Dept of Botany, Univ of Hawaii. Honolulu. (download
this report in pdf)
Fern nomenclature follows: Palmer, Daniel. 2008. Hawai'i's Fern and
Fern Allies. U. of Hawaii Press.
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 plants of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park dated
19 September 2007.
Forest and Kim Starr are generous to let us use images of theirs for
this web site. Theirs is an outstanding source of superb high-resolution
Hawaiian plant images (by Forest and Kim Starr) at site: http://www.hear.org/starr/images/?o=plants
more about the NPSpecies Inventorying and Monitoring Program.
National Park Service contacts: <email@example.com>
Page last updated 2 February 2016.