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The --hawane (Ciridops anna) was a small Hawaiian honeycreeper, now extinct. The term --hawane is a [[Hawaiian language|Hawai]] phrase translating to "red [bird] that eats hawane". It was only ever reported from the forested mountains of the Kohala, Hilo and Kona districts on the island of [[Hawaii (island)|Hawai]]. Fossil remains reveal that it (and at least one closely related species, Ciridops tenax) also existed at one time on other Hawai islands.


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The --hawane (Ciridops anna) was a small Hawaiian honeycreeper, now extinct. The term --hawane is a [[Hawaiian language|Hawai]] phrase translating to "red [bird] that eats hawane". It was only ever reported from the forested mountains of the Kohala, Hilo and Kona districts on the island of [[Hawaii (island)|Hawai]]. Fossil remains reveal that it (and at least one closely related species, Ciridops tenax) also existed at one time on other Hawai islands.


ʻUla-ʻai-hawane sections
Intro  Description  Extinction  External links  

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