Acacia koa

(from the article `conservation`) ...sources. For example, another rare honeycreeper, the akiapolaau (Hemignathus munroi), is an insectivore that feeds on insects mainly on large koa ... A few acacias produce valuable timber, among them the Australian blackwood (A. melanoxylon); the yarran (A. homalophylla), also of Australia; and A. .....
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Acacia koa

Acacia kauaiensis Hillebr. Racosperma koa (A.Gray) Pedley |}} Acacia koa is a species of flowering tree in the pea family, Fabaceae. It is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, where it is the second most common tree. The highest populations are on Hawai{okina}i, Maui and O{okina}ahu. Its name in the Hawaiian language, koa, also means brave, bold, fear...
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