Kadua degeneri coprosmifolia
(Fosberg) W.L.Wagner & Lorence
Hedyotis degeneri coprosmifolia Fosberg
Waiʻanae Mountains, Oʻahu, Hawaiian Islands, USA
[url=https://www.iucnredlist.org/details/80092214/0]Critically Endangered (Possibly Extinct)[/url]
Vanishing Flora thread
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