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Hibiscus; species like "arnottianus"; Island = any. (5 records)

 


Malvaceae


Hibiscus arnottianus A. Gray subsp. arnottianus
Status: Endemic   
Type Information
Distribution: O (Wa; east Ko: Wahiawa to Niu Valley)
Specimens
Conservation Assessment: Apparently Secure
United States Status: No Status
Synonyms: Hibiscus arnottianus A. Gray, Hibiscus arnottianus f. parviflorus Skottsb., Hibiscus waimeae var. hookeri Hochr.


    Hibiscus arnottianus A. Gray subsp. immaculatus (M. J. Roe) D. M. Bates
    Status: Endemic   
    Publication Information
    Distribution: Mo (Wailau; Waihanau; and Papalaua Valleys)
    Specimens
    Conservation Assessment: Endangered
    United States Status: Endangered
    Synonyms: Hibiscus immaculatus M. J. Roe


      Hibiscus arnottianus A. Gray subsp. punaluuensis (Skottsb.) D. M. Bates
      Status: Endemic   
      Publication Information
      Distribution: O (Ko: Kaipapa`u to Waiahole)
      Specimens
      Conservation Assessment: Apparently Secure
      United States Status: No Status
      Synonyms: Hibiscus arnottianus var. punaluuensis Skottsb., Hibiscus punaluuensis (Skottsb.) O. Deg. & I. Deg.


        Hibiscus kokio Hillebr. ex Wawra subsp. kokio
        Status: Endemic   
        Type Information
        Distribution: K/ O/ Mo/ M/ H?
        Specimens
        Conservation Assessment: Rare
        United States Status: No Status
        Synonyms: Hibiscus arnottianus var. kokio (Hillebr.) Hochr., Hibiscus kahilii C. N. Forbes, Hibiscus kokio Hillebr., Hibiscus kokio var. pekeloi O. Deg. & I. Deg., Hibiscus kokio var. pukoonis Caum, Hibiscus oahuensis O. Deg. & I. Deg., Hibiscus ula O. Deg. & I. Deg.


          Hibiscus kokio Hillebr. ex Wawra subsp. saintjohnianus (M. J. Roe) D. M. Bates
          Status: Endemic   
          Publication Information
          Distribution: northwest K
          Specimens
          Conservation Assessment: Rare
          United States Status: No Status
          Synonyms: Hibiscus roetae H. St. John, Hibiscus saintjohnianus M. J. Roe

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