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Nonnative tahinu tree flourishes in Hawaii
By Heidi Bornhorst, Special to the Star-Advertiser
Posted on July 16, 2017 12:05 am
Tahinu is native to tropical shores from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific and is especially common on coral islands. In Hawaii, it has spread on the main islands, except Kahoolawe.
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