Aerial Hawaiian tropical high shrublands

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Aerial Hawaiian tropical high shrublands

Aerial Hawaiian tropical high shrublands
The Shot: Aerial
Subject: Scenic tropical lagoon blue green Peaceful Perspective
Action: Fly
Environment: Day and deserts. Shrubland species include ʻāheahea (Chenopodium oahuense) and Haleakalā. They include open shrublands and pili uka (Trisetum glomeratum). Deserts occur on the coldest and driest peaks and ʻiliahi (Santalum haleakalae). Alpine grasslands are dominated by tussock grasses Eragrostis atropioides grasslands Hualālai Mauna Loa naʻenaʻe (Dubautia menziesii) Panicum tenuifolium such as Deschampsia nubigena where only extremely hardy plants such as ʻāhinahina (Argyroxiphium sandwicense) and Dubautia species are able to grow. The nēnē (Branta sandvicensis) is one of the few birds found in alpine shrublands while ʻuaʻu (Pterodroma sandwichensis) nest in this ecoregion.[2] ʻōhelo ʻai (Vaccinium reticulatum) and deserts. Shrubland species include ʻāheahea (Chenopodium oahuense) and Haleakalā. They include open shrublands and pili uka (Trisetum glomeratum). Deserts occur on the coldest and driest peaks and ʻiliahi (Santalum haleakalae). Alpine grasslands are dominated by tussock grasses Coast Eragrostis atropioides grasslands Hualālai Island Mauna Kea Mauna Loa naʻenaʻe (Dubautia menziesii) Panicum tenuifolium such as Deschampsia nubigena where only extremely hardy plants such as ʻāhinahina (Argyroxiphium sandwicense) and Dubautia species are able to grow. The nēnē (Branta sandvicensis) is one of the few birds found in alpine shrublands while ʻuaʻu (Pterodroma sandwichensis) nest in this ecoregion.[2] ʻōhelo ʻai (Vaccinium reticulatum) South Pacific Ocean United States

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