Melicope zahlbruckneri facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMelicope zahlbruckneri
Like other Hawaiian Melicope, this species is known as alani.
Its habitat is lava flows and soils rich in volcanic ash. There is a single population of 25 mature trees in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and a few trees at a location nearby. A few immature trees have been planted in appropriate habitat. The plants are protected from cattle and feral pigs, but the habitat is still affected by non-native plants.
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