Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (HEAR) HEAR species information index


The Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (HEAR) presents information about selected species in Hawaii and other Pacific islands. Both
native
and
non-native
species are included in these lists, including
non-native
species that either may or may not be considered
invasive
. (Definitions of these terms are available online.) For further information, contact webmaster@hear.org.

plants vertebrates invertebrates other species

Plants

flowering plants, conifers, ferns, etc.

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Vertebrates

amphibians (salamanders, frogs), reptiles (snakes, lizards, turtles), birds, mammals, etc.

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Invertebrates

insects, snails, worms, spiders, centipedes, scorpions, etc.

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Other species

other species: fungi (mushrooms), pathogens, viruses, etc.

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Common names: Currently, species are listed on these pages only with scientific names. Scientific names--although they do change occasionally--are the most reliable way to refer to species of organisms. You may search the GRIN database for common names to determine the scientific name of a plant, or ITIS for the names of plants or other organisms. If these searches do not provide the information you need, you may also search the web for the name. You may also search the HEAR website by common name.


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