Haha (Cyanea kolekoleensis)
Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND
Cyanea kolekoleensis (haha), a shrub in the bellflower family (Campanulaceae), occurs in wet Metrosideros polymorpha forest in the lowland wet ecosystem at elevations of 2,125 to 2,500 ft (650 to 765 m) (Lammers 1992, p. 130; HBMP 2007; TNCH 2007). First discovered in 1987 in the Wahiawa drainage, the last known C. kolekoleensis was observed in 1992. Seeds were in storage and propagation for this species was attempted, but none survived (M. Clark, NTBG, in litt. 2007; Lyon Arboretum 2007). However, there are many areas within the ecosystem type in the Wahiawa drainage that have not been surveyed for this species, from Mt. Kahili to Kapalaoa and the Hanapepe Valley rim, and species experts are confident that additional individuals will be found (S. Perlman, in litt. 2007).
This species is listed wherever it is found, but
|Status||Date Listed||Lead Region||Where Listed|
|05/13/2010||Pacific Region (Region 1)|
» Federal Register Documents
» RecoveryRecovery Plan Information Search
|Date||Title||Plan Action Status||Plan Status|
|06/17/2010||Recovery Outline for the Kauai Ecosystem||Recovery efforts in progress, but no implementation information yet to display||Outline|
» Critical Habitat
|Date||Citation Page||Title||Document Type||Status|
|04/13/2010||75 FR 18960 19165||Determination of Endangered Status for 48 Species on Kauai and Designation of Critical Habitat; Final Rule||Final Rule||Final designated|
|10/21/2008||73 FR 62592 62742||Listing 48 Species on Kauai as Endangered and Designating Critical Habitat; Proposed Rule||Proposed Rule||Not Required|
To learn more about critical habitat please see http://criticalhabitat.fws.gov
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