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Malvaceae - Thespia grandiflora

This magnificint plant is native to Puerto Rico. Its sometimes grown as a show plant because of its amazing staminal column. Its a malvoid member of the family. Its often visited by bees where its planted on the University of Hawaii campus (behind Edmenson).

Hybiscus Thespia grandiflora

Hybiscus Thespia grandiflora

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Text by Rob Nelson

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