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Cyanea angustifolia is a plant in the genus Cyanea that is found in Hawaii.<ref>Cyanea angustifolia Native plants</ref> Leaves of this species, as well as the endangered ʻakuʻaku (Cyanea platyphylla), were wrapped in ti (kī) leaves, cooked in an ʻimu and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians.

Cyanea angustifolia, known as Hāhā in Hawaii. It is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. Photographed on the Waiʻanae-Kai Trail, Waiʻanae Mountains, Oʻahu

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Cyanea angustifolia is a plant in the genus Cyanea that is found in Hawaii.<ref>Cyanea angustifolia Native plants</ref> Leaves of this species, as well as the endangered ʻakuʻaku (Cyanea platyphylla), were wrapped in ti (kī) leaves, cooked in an ʻimu and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians.

Cyanea angustifolia, known as Hāhā in Hawaii. It is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. Photographed on the Waiʻanae-Kai Trail, Waiʻanae Mountains, Oʻahu

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