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maui!

Posted by ericthehurdler NOR CAL 9a (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 31, 13 at 15:36

Maui is amazing with so many different microclimates and plant communities.
here are some pics i took

Washingtonia is a major weed in maui but looks good in this flash flood zone

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Raphia and 2 Caryotas
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PALMS!
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Chambeyronia macrocarpa alley
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Beccariophoenix madagasceriensis
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cool shot of a pygmy date
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Satakentia :)
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Pritcharida pacifica
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Areca vesteriana
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Bismarckia
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humpback whale season :D
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Bismarckia on the horizon
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red ceiling wax palm
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Royal view
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Dypsis teddy bears
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Rainbow eucalyptus :O
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Lichen on royal palm trunk is very happy
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Very nice pix! My favorite is the Chambeyronia macrocarpa alley. Love Maui and all the Hawaiian Islands. Truly a tropical paradise.


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Just what I like to see on a cold day-Thanks for the pics!


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Your Satakentia is more likely a Neovetchia storkii, and your teddy bears (a name usually reserved for Dypsis leptocheilos) are Dypsis lastellianas. Royal pic. is a good example of two different species of Royal palm... Roystonea olearacea on the left and some othe species (probably regia) on the right.


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you say tomato i say potato lol

Thanks for the corrections, i need to work on my I.D. skills


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I really like when the skirts are left undisturbed on Washingtonias. Thanks for posting.


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Great pics, loved them all. But Bismarkias are still my favorite.


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Those pics are amazing! Maui (and all of Hawaii) is so beautiful. I agree, I love those bismarkias and I really like the contrast between the large ti plants and the Bismarkias. That water looks great and the whale pic is really cool! Looks like a great time of the year to be in HawaiI!
Thanks for sharing!
-Alex


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Hi
WOW Look at thaat orchid scrambling up the palm in the forground of the satakentia(neovetchia??)) How come no red fronds on the Chambeyronia?? Looks like hawaii also has a problem with Boston fern lol Is this at a Bo garden?? gary


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