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Hopbush (Dodonaea viscosa)

Dodonaea viscosa collected from Makauwahi Cave Reserve on Kauai. Image by Raffaela Abbriano (NTBG Seed Lab). Photo Credit: Raffaela Abbriano
  • Global Rank: N/A
  • Legal Status: N/A
  • Family: Sapindaceae
  • State: AZ, FL, HI
  • Nature Serve ID:
  • Date Inducted in National Collection: 06/17/2021

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Dustin Wolkis
  • 08/18/2022

On 07/28/2022 National Tropical Botanical Garden Kupu Members Emily Saling and Sophia Shadle along with Herbarium Curator Tim Flynn (pictured below) collected Dodonaea viscosa seeds from dune ridges at Polihale State Park, Kauai, HI.

Center for Plant Conservation
  • 08/18/2021
  • Orthodox Seed Banking

In 2021, CPC contracted the National Tropical Botanical Garden to recollect seed from a population currently held in long term orthodox seed storage as part of an IMLS-funded seed longevity experiment. The National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation will evaluate how germination tested viability and RNA Integrity of seed lots decline over time in storage.

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Taxon Dodonaea viscosa
Authority (L.) Jacq.
Family Sapindaceae
CPC Number 48152
ITIS 28675
Common Names hopbush | Florida hopbush
Associated Scientific Names
State Rank
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Arizona SNR
Florida SNR
Hawaii SNR

Ecological Relationships

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Lead Institution State Reintroduction Type Year of First Outplanting

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