New ‘brother of hibiscus’ uncovered on Valley Isle
By Star-Advertiser staff
Aug. 4, 2014
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COURTESY HANK OPPENHEIMER / UH PLANT EXTINCTION PREVENTION PROGRAM The flowers of Hibiscadelphus plants are filled with nutrient-rich nectar and are an important food source for Hawaiian honeyeater birds, now also mostly extinct.