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Cordia subcordata fruit

Cordia subcordata fruit
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Kou bears round, hard, marble-like fruits that have several seeds in each. Kou is native across the Pacific and is called sea trumpet, beach cordia, tauanave (American Samoa), puataukanave (Tonga), vaua asi (Solomon Islands), kalau (Palau), te kanawa (Kiribati), niyoron (Guam, northern Marianas), galu (Yap), ikoak (Kosrae), ikoik (Pohnpei), anau (Chuuk), nawanawa (Fiji), or tou (Cook Islands). The dark, hard wood makes beautiful carvings and was valued for food vessels in ancient times.
Date: 2017-10-20 11:22:46



Cordia subcordata Cordia Boraginaceae

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