William "Bill" Mull gives a tour of the ʻŌlaʻa Forest Reserve on the island of Hawaiʻi tape 1
Naturalist and photographer William "Bill" Mull, Department of Entomology Bishop Museum retired, gives Myrna Kamae a tour of the ʻŌlaʻa Forest Reserve on the island of Hawaiʻi while pointing out and naming the native species along the way. Plants include ʻOhe grass, Kupaoa (Hawaiian tarweed), Alaalawainui, Uki, ʻŌhiʻa, Wāwae ʻiole, Naupaka kuahiwi, ʻŌlapa (lapalapa), Kamakahala, Kōpiko, Pilo, Native Hawaiian Hydrangea, and Kāwaʻu (Native Hawaiian holly). Myrna Kamae tastes the Alaalawainui.
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