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Front view illustration of a Koa tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. There are actually two species of koa native to Hawaii. The large forest koa is well known around the world for the beautiful hard wood. Koa's smaller cousin, koai?a, that once grew in the lowlands of most of the main Hawaiian Islands, has an even harder wood that is much prized for its gnarled grain

Acacia koa (Koa tree)

Front view illustration of a Koa tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. There are actually two species of koa native to Hawaii. The large forest koa is well known around the world for the beautiful hard wood. Koa's smaller cousin, koai?a, that once grew in the lowlands of most of the main Hawaiian Islands, has an even harder wood that is much prized for its gnarled grain

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Acacia koa (Koa tree)

Front view of a Wiliwili tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. It is typically found in dry forests on leeward island slopes up to an elevation of 600 m

Erythrina sandwicensis (Wiliwili)

Front view of a Wiliwili tree, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. It is typically found in dry forests on leeward island slopes up to an elevation of 600 m

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Erythrina sandwicensis (Wiliwili)

Illustration of Intsia bijuga (Ifilele), a tree used traditionally in Samoa to carve 'Ava bowls. The tree is endangered in many places in Southeast Asia due to extensive logging, and is classified as Vulnerable by the IUCN

Intsia bijuga (Ifilele)

Illustration of Intsia bijuga (Ifilele), a tree used traditionally in Samoa to carve 'Ava bowls. The tree is endangered in many places in Southeast Asia due to extensive logging, and is classified as Vulnerable by the IUCN

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Intsia bijuga (Ifilele)

Known as Koa haole (foreign koa) in Hawaii, or leucaena, is abundant as a weed in dry lowlands of Hawaii, often forming dense thickets in lowlands and lower mountain slopes of 2500 ft (762 m) altitude

Leucaena leucocephala (White Leadtree)

Known as Koa haole (foreign koa) in Hawaii, or leucaena, is abundant as a weed in dry lowlands of Hawaii, often forming dense thickets in lowlands and lower mountain slopes of 2500 ft (762 m) altitude

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Leucaena leucocephala (White Leadtree)

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