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|Freycinetia arborea, 'ie'ie, indigenous to Hawaii. Left: habit. Center: Female inflorescences. Right: Male inflorescences.|
|Pandanus tectorius , hala, indigenous to Hawaii. 1, Female tree; 2, Multiple fruit; 3, Fruit ripening, showing segments called keys or phlanges; 4, Dry phlange, partially decomposed, the Hawaiians used the fibrous tips of these as paint brushes for applying dyes to kapa (bark cloth); 5, Male inflorescence (hala hinano).|
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