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Baldwin, Paul Herbert/Fagerlund, Gunnar O. 1943.
The effects of cattle grazing on koa reproduction in Hawaii National Park. Ecology 24:118-22.
Bega, Robert V. 1979. Heart and root rot fungi associated with deterioration of Acacia koa on the Island of Hawaii. Plant Disease Reporter 63, no. 8:682-84.
Medeiros, Arthur C./Loope, Lloyd L./Chimera, C.G. 1993. Kanaio Natural Area Reserve: biological inventory and management recommendations. Natural Area Reserve System, State of Hawaii.
Tunison, J. Timothy/McKinney, A.A./Markiewicz, W.L. 1995. The expansion of koa forest after cattle and goat removal, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit Technical Report #99. University of Hawaii at Manoa. Honolulu.
no author. Stone, Charles P./Smith, Clifford W./Tunison, J. Timothy. (eds.). 1992. Alien plant invasions in native ecosystems of Hawaii: Management and research. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit.
South Pacific Regional Environmental Programme (SPREP). Sherley, Greg. (ed.). 2000. Invasive species in the Pacific: A technical review and draft regional strategy. Apia, Samoa: South Pacific Regional Environment Programme.
Frear, Mary Dillingham. 1929. Our familiar island trees. Sponsored by The Outdoor Circle of Honolulu. Boston: Richard G. Badger, The Gorham Press. 161 pp. illus.
Jamieson, Dean/Denny, Jim. 2001. Hawaii's butterflies & moths: an identification guide to easily observed species. A Hawaii Biological Survey Handbook. Mutual Publishing.
Medeiros, A.C. 2004. Phenology, reproductive potential, seed dispersal and predation, and seedling establishment of three invasive plant species in a Hawaiian rain forest. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu.
Gon III, Samuel M. Ohukaniohia. 2008. Revised List of Hawaiian Names of Plants Native and Introduced with Brief Descriptions and Notes as to Occurrence and Medicinal or Other Values, by Joseph F. Rock Consulting Botanist, Board of Agriculture and Forestry Honolulu, Hawaii, 1920; transcribed and annotated by Samuel M. Ohukaniohia Gon III. Ethnobotany Research & Applications 6:405-442.
no author. Smith, Clifford W./Denslow, Julie/Hight, Stephen. (eds.). 2002. Proceedings of workshop on biological control of native ecosystems in Hawaii. Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit Technical Report #129. University of Hawaii at Manoa. Honolulu.
Markin, George P./Conant, Patrick/Killgore, Eloise/Yoshioka, Ernest. 2002. Biological control of gorse in Hawaii: a program review. pp. 53-61 in Smith, Clifford W., Julie Denslow, and Stephen Hight (eds). 2002. Proceedings of workshop on biological control of native ecosystems in Hawaii. Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit (University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Botany) Technical Report 129. 122 pages. from http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/duffy/techr/129.pdf accessed 16 March 2008.
Nelson, Scot C. 2006. Grafting of Acacia koa Gray onto young Acacia seedlings. Native Plants Journal 7(2):137-140.
Cappadonna, J./Peck, R./Banko, P. 2007. Parasitism of native Lepidoptera within regenerating and old-growth koa (Acacia koa) at Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge. 2007 Pacific Entomology Conference, 12th Biennial Meeting, Hawaii Entomological Society, Honolulu HI, February 2007.
Anderson, R.C./Gardner, D.E. 1998. Investigations of koa (Acacia koa) decline in Hawaiian forests. Hawaii Conservation Conference, Maui HI, July 1998.
Gardner, D.E. 1997. Acacia koa: A review of its diseases and associated fungi. In L. Ferentinos and D.O. Evans (eds.), Proceedings of Koa: A Decade of Growth. Symposium of The Hawaii Forest Industry Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1996 (Hawaii Forest Industry Association, Honolulu, HI). pp. 56-63.
Anderson, R.C./Gardner, D.E./Daehler, C.C./Meinzer, F.C. 2002. Dieback of Acacia koa in Hawaii: Ecological and pathological characteristics of affected stands. Forest Ecology and Management 162: 273-286.
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