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- Wilkesia hobdyi, the dwarf iliau, is a species of flowering plant in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, that is endemic to the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaii...
- Psychotria hobdyi , the milolii kopiwai, Hobdy's wild-coffee or kopiko, is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands...
- Psychotria guerkeana Psychotria hanoverensis Psychotria hierniana Psychotria hobdyi Psychotria insularum Psychotria lanceifolia Psychotria ligustrifolia Psychotria...
- herbacea (Mill.) McVaughbigpod sesbania Sesbania hirtistyla Sesbania hobdyi Sesbania javanica Sesbania keniensis Sesbania leptocarpa Sesbania longifolia...
- silversword alliance. Species Wilkesia gymnoxiphium A.Gray, 1852 Wilkesia hobdyi H.St.John, 1971 formerly included Wilkesia grayana - Argyroxiphium grayanum...
- virescens Hawaiian iliau (Wilkesia gymnoxiphium) Dwarf iliau (Wilkesia hobdyi) Tree dubautia (Dubautia arborea) Keaau Valley dubautia (Dubautia herbstobatae)...
- globicephala Psychotria grandiflora, Large-flowered balsamo Psychotria hobdyi, Hobdy's wild-coffee Psychotria longipetiolata Psychotria macrocarpa Psychotria...
- goat's beard Verbesina caymanensis Viguiera media Wedelia oxylepis Wilkesia hobdyi, Dwarf iliau Subspecies Argyroxiphium sandwicense subsp. sandwicense, Mauna...
- Genus: Phyllostegia Species: P. waimeae Binomial name Phyllostegia waimeae Wawra Synonyms Phyllostegia cordata H.St.John Phyllostegia hobdyi H.St.John...
- Dubautia gymnoxiphium (A.Gray) ined. Dubautia herbstobatae G.D.Carr Dubautia hobdyi (H.St.John) ined. Dubautia imbricata H.St.John & G.D.Carr Dubautia imbricata...
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