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Identifier: easternpacificla00chri
Title: Eastern Pacific lands ; Tahiti and the Marquesas islands
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Christian, F. W. (Frederick William), b. 1867 Rouse, Martin Luther Ranfurly, Uchter John Mark Knox. 5th earl of, 1856-
Publisher: London : R. Scott
Contributing Library: Brigham Young University Hawaii, Joseph F. Smith Library
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. Opini. Auona. Kaiki. Tataiahue. Pipio. Kohepumu. Paaotio. Imu-topea ) ,r . ,. . - T ., \ Varieties of sea-weed. Imu-omiha J Pimata. Tukuu. Mouu. A rush. (Maori Mauku.) Mutie. Grass, herbage. Ama. The candle nut tree (Aleurites triloba). Ape ) The giant taro (Arum costatum). (In the Philip- Kape J pines Gabe, id.) Kouna. A handsome tree with red tasselled flowers and fleshy lobed leaves—found on Hiva-Oa plateau. K tea ^wo s^ru^s common on the plateaus. Otio. Memau. 2 12 Appendix A Poepoe. Ata. The Rata of New Zealand (Metrosidiros, sp.). Tamu-nui. Fen a. Taiu. Navai. Maha-tuhi. Maha-poa. Taanui. Auhinu. Pikohe. Kokepu. Auketaha. Puahi. The sandalwood. (Samoan Asi, id.) Hemeie. Pua-maoi. A sort of gardenia. Mootuaivi. Moho. Hona. Paanao. Naupata. A sort of cress. Kou-aiki. Puka-tea. A large soft-wood tree. Auiki. Kouta. Kiki. Papapa. A sort of convolvulus. Paavatua. Puu komoa. Enu. Autahi. Vaevai-punae. Atea. Pohue. A sort of convolvulus. Keekee-i-nau. Ikeike. Mahi. The water-cress.

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£.2 T> in o g c c « ri5 >, 5 o <U 3 dJB z £ <u < « < to C s 11 < = o O CJ •2 ^ •5 m so — o a- 3 Appendix A 213 Maii. A large handsome tree, round leaves, edible fruit.Tou. The bastard ebony—medicinal leaves. Wood used for making bowls. Small scarlet bell-shaped flowers. The Kanawa of the Gilbert Islands.Kenae ) A tree with prickly boughs and bright scarletNetae J blossoms. (Samoan Ngatae, id.)Toa. The iron-wood or Casuarina.Mio. The rose-wood. (Thespesia populuea.) (Polynesian Milo, Miro.)Kokuu. A handsome tree with pinnate leaves. Firm white wood ; berries used extensively for produce of an oil of superior quality.Kehia* ) (Eugenia malaccensis.) A variety of rose-appleKehika J with very beautiful purple tasselled flowersand delicious fruit; leaves covered withcurious little light-coloured lumps caused bysome gall insect.Tikapa. A sweet-scented fern used for necklaces.Keoho. A thorny shrub with reddish

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