Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
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Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata information from Native Plants Hawaii
Information about Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata--including details regarding plant, flower, and leaf characteristics; pests and diseases; growth requirements; and environment--is provided by Native Plants Hawaii.
Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata information from the Smithsonian's Flora of the Hawaiian Islands
Information about Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata--including nomenclature and synonymy, and status and distribution in Hawaii--is provided by the "Flora of the Hawaiian Islands" website of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Links from this page include descriptive information about the species, as well as worldwide distributional information and general information about the genus.
Achyranthes splendens information from ITIS
The Integrated Taxonomic Information System ITIS provides authoritative taxonomic information on Achyranthes splendens, as well as other plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world.
IPNI nomenclature info for Achyranthes splendens
Nomenclatural information about Achyranthes splendens is provided by The International Plant Names Index (IPNI).
Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata species profile from USFWS
A species profile for Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata is provided by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, including links to information regarding the federal endangered/threatened status of this species.
In the Garden: Coastal plants have evolved for survival
Coastal plants well adapted to landscape use are the topic of this Rick Barboza column (Honolulu Star-Bulletin Features, 10/1/2004).
In the Garden: Ahinahina grows to 6 feet and is silvery
Ahinahina (Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata), adaptated to living in extremely sunny and/or hot areas, is the topic of this Rick Barboza column (Honolulu Star-Bulletin Features, 10/19/2007).
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