CPC Plant Profile: Lo`ulu
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Lo`ulu (Pritchardia aylmer-robinsonii)

  • Global Rank: T1 - Critically Imperiled
  • Legal Status: Federally Endangered
  • Family: Arecaceae
  • State: HI
  • Nature Serve ID: 141016
  • Date Inducted in National Collection: 03/05/1993

palm family

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Nature Serve Biotics
  • 05/02/2017

Endemic to the island of Ni'ihau, Hawai'i. Although the status of this taxon in the wild is uncertain, it is believed that 2 individuals still survive. Many additional individuals are in cultivation. The island of Ni'ihau has been extensively modified by ranching, feral undulates, and alien plants. Rats are known to feed on the fruits of Hawaiian Pritchardia, and are present on Niihau, thus posing a potential threat.

  • 01/01/2010

cattle, pigs, and sheep naturally occurring events and/or reduced reproductive vigor due to the small number of reproductive plants

  • 01/01/2010

two plants on Kaali Cliff (Read and Hodel 1990)

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Taxon Pritchardia aylmer-robinsonii
Authority St. John
Family Arecaceae
CPC Number 3625
ITIS 42464
Common Names Hawane | Lo'ulu | wahane
Associated Scientific Names Pritchardia aylmer-robinsonii | Pritchardia remota
Distribution NA
State Rank
State State Rank
Hawaii S1

rugged and steep area where it receives some protection from grazing animals

Ecological Relationships

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Lead Institution State Reintroduction Type Year of First Outplanting

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