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Title 50: Wildlife and Fisheries


PART 17—ENDANGERED AND THREATENED WILDLIFE AND PLANTS (CONTINUED)


Contents

Subpart I—Interagency Cooperation (Continued)

§17.99   Critical habitat; plants on the islands of Kauai, Niihau, Molokai, Maui, Kahoolawe, Oahu, and Hawaii, HI, and on the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. (Continued)

Subpart J—Manatee Protection Areas

§17.100   Purpose.
§17.101   Scope.
§17.102   Definitions.
§17.103   Establishment of protection areas.
§17.104   Prohibitions.
§17.105   Permits and exceptions.
§17.106   Emergency establishment of protection areas.
§17.107   Facilitating enforcement.
§17.108   List of designated manatee protection areas.

Authority: 16 U.S.C. 1361-1407; 16 U.S.C. 1531-1544; 16 U.S.C. 4201-4245; Pub. L. 99-625, 100 Stat. 3500; unless otherwise noted.

Source: 40 FR 44415, Sept. 26, 1975, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart I—Interagency Cooperation (Continued)

Editorial Note: Paragraphs (a)-(h) of §17.99 appear in 50 Part 17, §§17.99(a) to 17.99(h).

§17.99   Critical habitat; plants on the islands of Kauai, Niihau, Molokai, Maui, Kahoolawe, Oahu, and Hawaii, HI, and on the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. (Continued)

(i) Oahu. Critical habitat units are described below. Maps were created in GIS, with coordinates in UTM Zone 4 with units in meters using North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83). The maps in this entry, as modified by any accompanying regulatory text, establish the boundaries of the critical habitat designation. The coordinates or plot points or both on which each map is based are available to the public at the Service's Internet site, http://www.fws.gov/pacificislands; at http://www.regulations.gov at Docket No. FWS-R1-ES-2010-0043; and at the field office responsible for the designation. You may obtain field office location information by contacting one of the Service regional offices, the addresses of which are listed at 50 CFR 2.2. Existing manmade features and structures, such as buildings, roads, railroads, airports, runways, other paved areas, lawns, and other urban landscaped areas, existing trails, campgrounds and their immediate surrounding landscaped area, scenic lookouts, remote helicopter landing sites, and existing fences are not included in the critical habiat designation. Federal actions limited to those areas, therefore, would not trigger a consultation under section 7 of the Act unless they may affect the species or physical or biological features in adjacent critical habitat.

(1) Map 1—Index map follows:

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(2) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1 (958 ac; 388 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata, Bidens amplectens, Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Schiedea kealiae, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1 (Map 2) follows:

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(3) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2 (12 ac; 5 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2 (Map 3) follows:

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(4) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3 (15 ac; 6 ha) and Oahu-Coastal-Unit 4 (3 ac; 1 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3 and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 4 (Map 4) follows:

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(5) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5 (12 ac; 5 ha) and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6 (9 ac; 4 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5 and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6 (Map 5) follows:

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(6) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7 (67 ac; 27 ha), Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8 (10 ac; 4 ha), and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9 (80 ac; 33 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for, Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9 (Map 6) follows:

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(7) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10 (74 ac; 30 ha), Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11 (20 ac; 8 ha), and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12 (11 ac; 5 ha).

(i) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10 is critical habitat for Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(ii) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11 and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12 are critical habitat for Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Cyperus trachysanthos, Marsilea villosa, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(iii) Map of Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12 (Map 7) follows:

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(8) Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13 (23 ac; 10 ha), Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14 (4 ac; 2 ha), and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15 (33 ac; 13 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata, Bidens amplectens, Centaurium sebaeoides, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Schiedea kealiae, Sesbania tomentosa, and Vigna o-wahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15 (Map 8) follows:

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(9) Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1 (102 ac; 41 ha) and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2 (29 ac; 12).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata, Bidens amplectens, Bonamia menziesii, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Euphorbia haeleeleana, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Hibiscus brackenridgei, Isodendrion pyrifolium, Melanthera tenuifolia, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Pleomele forbesii, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kealiae, and Spermolepis hawaiiensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1 and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2 (Map 9) follows:

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(11) Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6 (287 ac; 116 ha) and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7 (15 ac; 6 ha).

(i) Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6 is critical habitat for Doryopteris takeuchii, Gouania meyenii, and Spermolepis hawaiiensis.

(ii) Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7 is critical habitat for Cyperus trachysanthos, Doryopteris takeuchii, Gouania meyenii, Marsilea villosa, and Spermolepis hawaiiensis.

(iii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6 and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7 (Map 10) follows:

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(12) Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8 (99 ac; 40 ha), Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9 (37 ac; 15 ha), Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10 (43 ac; 17 ha), and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11 (166 ac; 67 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata, Bidens amplectens, Bonamia menziesii, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergii, Euphorbia haeleeleana, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Hibiscus brackenridgei, Isodendrion pyrifolium, Melanthera tenuifolia, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kealiae, and Spermolepis hawaiiensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11 (Map 11) follows:

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(13) Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1 (4,448 ac; 1,800 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Abutilon sandwicense, Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Cenchrus agrimonioides, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Chamaesyce herbstii, Colubrina oppositifolia, Ctenitis squamigera, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyanea longiflora, Cyanea pinnatifida, Cyanea superba, Cyperus pennatiformis, Cyrtandra dentata, Delissea subcordata, Diellia falcata, Diellia unisora, Diplazium molokaiense, Dubautia herbstobatae, Eragrostis fosbergii, Eugenia koolauensis, Euphorbia haeleeleana, Flueggea neowawraea, Gardenia mannii, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Hesperomannia arborescens, Hesperomannia arbuscula, Hibiscus brackenridgei, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion longifolium, Kadua coriacea, Kadua degeneri, Kadua parvula, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia niihauensis, Melanthera tenuifolia, Melicope makahae, Melicope pallida, Melicope saint-johnii, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia kaalaensis, Phyllostegia mollis, Phyllostegia parviflora var. lydgatei, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula mariversa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, Schiedea nuttallii, Schiedea obovata, Silene perlmanii, Solanum sandwicense, Stenogyne kanehoana, Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum, Urera kaalae, and Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana. Map of Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1 (Map 12) follows:

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(14) Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2 (1,063 ac; 430 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Abutilon sandwicense, Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Cenchrus agrimonioides, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Chamaesyce herbstii, Colubrina oppositifolia, Ctenitis squamigera, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyanea longiflora, Cyanea pinnatifida, Cyanea superba, Cyperus pennatiformis, Cyrtandra dentata, Delissea subcordata, Diellia falcata, Diellia unisora, Diplazium molokaiense, Dubautia herbstobatae, Eragrostis fosbergii, Eugenia koolauensis, Euphorbia haeleeleana, Flueggea neowawraea, Gardenia mannii, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Hesperomannia arborescens, Hesperomannia arbuscula, Hibiscus brackenridgei, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion longifolium, Kadua coriacea, Kadua degeneri, Kadua parvula, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia niihauensis, Melanthera tenuifolia, Melicope makahae, Melicope pallida, Melicope saint-johnii, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia kaalaensis, Phyllostegia mollis, Phyllostegia parviflora var. lydgatei, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula mariversa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, Schiedea nuttallii, Schiedea obovata, Silene perlmanii, Solanum sandwicense, Stenogyne kanehoana, Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum, Urera kaalae, and Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2 (Map 13) follows:

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(15) Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3 (353 ac; 143 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Abutilon sandwicense, Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Cenchrus agrimonioides, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Chamaesyce herbstii, Colubrina oppositifolia, Ctenitis squamigera, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyanea longiflora, Cyanea pinnatifida, Cyanea superba, Cyperus pennatiformis, Cyrtandra dentata, Delissea subcordata, Diellia falcata, Diellia unisora, Diplazium molokaiense, Dubautia herbstobatae, Eragrostis fosbergii, Eugenia koolauensis, Euphorbia haeleeleana, Flueggea neowawraea, Gardenia mannii, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Hesperomannia arborescens, Hesperomannia arbuscula, Hibiscus brackenridgei, Isodendrion longifolium, Kadua coriacea, Kadua degeneri, Kadua parvula, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia niihauensis, Melanthera tenuifolia, Melicope makahae, Melicope pallida, Melicope saint-johnii, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia kaalaensis, Phyllostegia mollis, Phyllostegia parviflora var. lydgatei, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula mariversa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, Schiedea nuttallii, Schiedea obovata, Silene perlmanii, Solanum sandwicense, Stenogyne kanehoana, Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum, Urera kaalae, and Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3 (Map 14) follows:

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(16) Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4 (20 ac; 8 ha) and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5 (29 ac; 12 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Ctenitis squamigera, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea. calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea lanceolata, Cyanea longiflora, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra dentata, Cyrtandra polyantha, Delissea subcordata, Diellia erecta, Diellia falcata, Eugenia koolauensis, Gardenia mannii, Hesperomannia arborescens, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion longifolium, Kadua coriacea, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia monostachya, Melicope lydgatei, Melicope saint-johnii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia mollis, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea kaalae, Schiedea nuttallii, Solanum sandwicense, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, and Tetraplasandra lydgatei.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4 and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5 (Map 15) follows:

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(17) Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6 (247 ac; 100 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Ctenitis squamigera, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea lanceolata, Cyanea longiflora, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra dentata, Cyrtandra polyantha, Delissea subcordata, Diellia erecta, Diellia falcata, Eugenia koolauensis, Gardenia mannii, Hesperomannia arborescens, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion longifolium, Kadua coriacea, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia monostachya, Melicope lydgatei, Melicope saint-johnii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia mollis, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea kaalae, Schiedea nuttallii, Solanum sandwicense, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, and Tetraplasandra lydgatei.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6 (Map 16) follows:

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(18) Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7 (1,669 ac; 676 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana, Ctenitis squamigera, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea lanceolata, Cyanea longiflora, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra dentata, Cyrtandra polyantha, Delissea subcordata, Diellia erecta, Diellia falcata, Eugenia koolauensis, Gardenia mannii, Hesperomannia arborescens, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion longifolium, Kadua coriacea, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia monostachya, Melicope lydgatei, Melicope saint-johnii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia mollis, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea kaalae, Schiedea nuttallii, Solanum sandwicense, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, and Tetraplasandra lydgatei.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7 (Map 17) follows:

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(19) Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1 (541 ac; 219 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyrtandra dentata, Diplazium molokaiense, Gardenia mannii, Gouania vitifolia, Hesperomannia arbuscula, Isodendrion longifolium, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia mollis, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, and Urera kaalae.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1 (Map 18) follows:

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(20) Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2 (20 ac; 8 ha), Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3 (29 ac; 12 ha), and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4 (27 ac; 11 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyrtandra dentata, Diplazium molokaiense, Gardenia mannii, Gouania vitifolia, Hesperomannia arbuscula, Isodendrion longifolium, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia mollis, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, and Urera kaalae.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4 (Map 19) follows:

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(21) Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5 (74 ac; 30 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyrtandra dentata, Diplazium molokaiense, Gardenia mannii, Gouania vitifolia, Hesperomannia arbuscula, Isodendrion longifolium, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia mollis, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, and Urera kaalae.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5 (Map 20) follows:

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(22) Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6 (790 ac; 320 ha), Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7 (1,787 ac; 723 ha), and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8 (3,041 ac; 1,231 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Adenophorus periens, Chamaesyce rockii, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea humboldtiana, Cyanea koolauensis, Cyanea lanceolata, Cyanea purpurellifolia, Cyanea st.-johnii, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra dentata, Cyrtandra gracilis, Cyrtandra kaulantha, Cyrtandra polyantha, Cyrtandra sessilis, Cyrtandra subumbellata, Cyrtandra viridiflora, Cyrtandra waiolani, Gardenia mannii, Hesperomannia arborescens, Huperzia nutans, Isodendrion longifolium, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope hiiakae, Melicope lydgatei, Myrsine juddii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. longibracteata, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platanthera holochila, Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta, Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Pteris lidgatei, Sanicula purpurea, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, Trematolobelia singularis, Viola oahuensis, and Zanthoxylum oahuense.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8 (Map 21) follows:

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(23) Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9 (15,728 ac; 6,365 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Adenophorus periens, Chamaesyce rockii, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea humboldtiana, Cyanea koolauensis, Cyanea lanceolata, Cyanea purpurellifolia, Cyanea st.-johnii, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra dentata, Cyrtandra gracilis, Cyrtandra kaulantha, Cyrtandra polyantha, Cyrtandra sessilis, Cyrtandra subumbellata, Cyrtandra viridiflora, Cyrtandra waiolani, Gardenia mannii, Hesperomannia arborescens, Huperzia nutans, Isodendrion longifolium, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope hiiakae, Melicope lydgatei, Myrsine juddii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. longibracteata, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platanthera holochila, Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta, Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Pteris lidgatei, Sanicula purpurea, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, Trematolobelia singularis, Viola oahuensis, and Zanthoxylum oahuense.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9 (Map 22) follows:

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(24) Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10 (124 ac; 50 ha), Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11 (124 ac; 50 ha), and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12 (53 ac; 21 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Adenophorus periens, Chamaesyce rockii, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea humboldtiana, Cyanea koolauensis, Cyanea lanceolata, Cyanea purpurellifolia, Cyanea st.-johnii, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra dentata, Cyrtandra gracilis, Cyrtandra kaulantha, Cyrtandra polyantha, Cyrtandra sessilis, Cyrtandra subumbellata, Cyrtandra viridiflora, Cyrtandra waiolani, Gardenia mannii, Hesperomannia arborescens, Huperzia nutans, Isodendrion longifolium, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope hiiakae, Melicope lydgatei, Myrsine juddii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. longibracteata, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platanthera holochila, Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta, Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Pteris lidgatei, Sanicula purpurea, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, Trematolobelia singularis, Viola oahuensis, and Zanthoxylum oahuense.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12 (Map 23) follows:

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(25) Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13 (75 ac; 30 ha), Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14 (478 ac; 193 ha), Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15 (407 ac; 165 ha), and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16 (2,507 ac; 1,014 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Adenophorus periens, Chamaesyce rockii, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana, Cyanea humboldtiana, Cyanea koolauensis, Cyanea lanceolata, Cyanea purpurellifolia, Cyanea st.-johnii, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra dentata, Cyrtandra gracilis, Cyrtandra kaulantha, Cyrtandra polyantha, Cyrtandra sessilis, Cyrtandra subumbellata, Cyrtandra viridiflora, Cyrtandra waiolani, Gardenia mannii, Hesperomannia arborescens, Huperzia nutans, Isodendrion longifolium, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope hiiakae, Melicope lydgatei, Myrsine juddii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. longibracteata, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platanthera holochila, Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta, Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Pteris lidgatei, Sanicula purpurea, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, Trematolobelia singularis, Viola oahuensis, and Zanthoxylum oahuense.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16 (Map 24) follows:

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(26) Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1 (370 ac; 150 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Alectryon macrococcus, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope christophersenii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, and Schiedea trinervis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1 (Map 25) follows:

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(27) Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1 (49 ac; 20 ha), Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2 (412 ac; 167 ha), and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3 (450 ac; 182 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Abutilon sandwicense, Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata, Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Cenchrus agrimonioides, Chamaesyce herbstii, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyrtandra dentata, Diellia falcata, Diellia unisora, Dubautia herbstobatae, Eragrostis fosbergii, Flueggea neowawraea, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion pyrifolium, Kadua degeneri, Kadua parvula, Korthalsella degeneri, Lepidium arbuscula, Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla, Lobelia niihauensis, Melanthera tenuifolia, Melicope makahae, Melicope saint-johnii, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Peucedanum sandwicense, Phyllostegia kaalaensis, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula mariversa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea obovata, Schiedea trinervis, Silene lanceolata, Silene perlmanii, Spermolepis hawaiiensis, Tetramolopium filiforme, Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum, and Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3 (Map 26) follows:

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(28) Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4 (24 ac; 10 ha) and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6 (149 ac; 60 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Abutilon sandwicense, Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata, Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Cenchrus agrimonioides, Chamaesyce herbstii, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyrtandra dentata, Diellia falcata, Diellia unisora, Dubautia herbstobatae, Eragrostis fosbergii, Flueggea neowawraea, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion pyrifolium, Kadua degeneri, Kadua parvula, Korthalsella degeneri, Lepidium arbuscula, Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla, Lobelia niihauensis, Melanthera tenuifolia, Melicope makahae, Melicope saint-johnii, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Peucedanum sandwicense, Phyllostegia kaalaensis, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula mariversa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea obovata, Schiedea trinervis, Silene lanceolata, Silene perlmanii, Spermolepis hawaiiensis, Tetramolopium filiforme, Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum, and Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4 and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6 (Map 27) follows:

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(29) Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a (68 ac; 27 ha), Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b (38 ac; 16 ha), and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8 (259 ac; 105 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Abutilon sandwicense, Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata, Alectryon macrococcus, Bonamia menziesii, Cenchrus agrimonioides, Chamaesyce herbstii, Chamaesyce kuwaleana, Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae, Cyrtandra dentata, Diellia falcata, Diellia unisora, Dubautia herbstobatae, Eragrostis fosbergii, Flueggea neowawraea, Gouania meyenii, Gouania vitifolia, Isodendrion laurifolium, Isodendrion pyrifolium, Kadua degeneri, Kadua parvula, Korthalsella degeneri, Lepidium arbuscula, Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla, Lobelia niihauensis, Melanthera tenuifolia, Melicope makahae, Melicope saint-johnii, Neraudia angulata, Nototrichium humile, Peucedanum sandwicense, Phyllostegia kaalaensis, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens, Pleomele forbesii, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula mariversa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea obovata, Schiedea trinervis, Silene lanceolata, Silene perlmanii, Spermolepis hawaiiensis, Tetramolopium filiforme, Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum, and Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8 (Map 28) follows:

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(30) Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1 (235 ac; 95 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope christophersenii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, and Schiedea trinervis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1 (Map 29) follows:

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(31) Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2 (3 ac; 1 ha), Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3 (16 ac; 6 ha), and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4 (23 ac; 9 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope christophersenii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, and Schiedea trinervis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4 (Map 30) follows:

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(32) Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5 (31 ac; 13 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Melicope christophersenii, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Schiedea hookeri, Schiedea kaalae, and Schiedea trinervis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5 (Map 31) follows:

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(33) Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6 (151 ac; 61 ha) and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7 (144 ac; 58 ha).

(i) These units are critical habitat for Adenophorus periens, Chamaesyce deppeana, Chamaesyce rockii, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea humboldtiana, Cyanea purpurellifolia, Cyanea st.-johnii, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra kaulantha, Cyrtandra sessilis, Cyrtandra subumbellata, Cyrtandra viridiflora, Huperzia nutans, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Lysimachia filifolia, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula purpurea, Schiedea kaalae, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, Trematolobelia singularis, and Viola oahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6 and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7 (Map 32) follows:

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(34) Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8 (4,649 ac; 1,881 ha).

(i) This unit is critical habitat for Adenophorus periens, Chamaesyce deppeana, Chamaesyce rockii, Cyanea acuminata, Cyanea calycina, Cyanea crispa, Cyanea humboldtiana, Cyanea purpurellifolia, Cyanea st.-johnii, Cyanea truncata, Cyrtandra kaulantha, Cyrtandra sessilis, Cyrtandra subumbellata, Cyrtandra viridiflora, Huperzia nutans, Labordia cyrtandrae, Lobelia oahuensis, Lysimachia filifolia, Phyllostegia hirsuta, Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora, Plantago princeps var. princeps, Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis, Pteralyxia macrocarpa, Sanicula purpurea, Schiedea kaalae, Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa, Trematolobelia singularis, and Viola oahuensis.

(ii) Map of Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8 (Map 33) follows:

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(35) Table of Protected Species Within Each Critical Habitat Unit for Oahu

Unit nameSpecies occupiedSpecies unoccupied
Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundataAchyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenanaChamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Schiedea kealiae
   Sesbania tomentosaSesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 4
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosaSesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyperus trachysanthosCyperus trachysanthos
   Marsilea villosaMarsilea villosa
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10
   Centaurium sebaeoidesCentaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyperus trachysanthos
   Marsilea villosaMarsilea villosa
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyperus trachysanthos
   Marsilea villosaMarsilea villosa
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundataAchyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Schiedea kealiae
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundataAchyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Schiedea kealiae
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundataAchyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Centaurium sebaeoides
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Schiedea kealiae
   Sesbania tomentosa
   Vigna o-wahuensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectensBidens amplectens
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hibiscus brackenridgeiHibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humileNototrichium humile
   Pleomele forbesii
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kealiaeSchiedea kealiae
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Bonamia menziesiiBonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Melanthera tenuifoliaMelanthera tenuifolia
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humileNototrichium humile
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kealiae
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6
   Doryopteris takeuchiiDoryopteris takeuchii
   Gouania meyenii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensisSpermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7
   Cyperus trachysanthosCyperus trachysanthos
   Doryopteris takeuchii
   Gouania meyenii
   Marsilea villosa
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergii
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kealiae
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundataAchyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergii
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kealiae
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergiiChamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergii
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kealiae
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Bidens amplectens
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergiiChamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergii
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kealiae
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1
   Abutilon sandwicenseAbutilon sandwicense
   Alectryon macrococcusAlectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesiiBonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioidesCenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Chamaesyce herbstiiChamaesyce herbstii
   Colubrina oppositifoliaColubrina oppositifolia
   Ctenitis squamigeraCtenitis squamigera
   Cyanea acuminateCyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. GrimesianaCyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. ObataeCyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyanea longifloraCyanea longiflora
   Cyanea pinnatifida
   Cyanea superbaCyanea superba
   Cyperus pennatiformis
   Cyrtandra dentateCyrtandra dentata
   Delissea subcordataDelissea subcordata
   Diellia falcateDiellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Dubautia herbstobataeDubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergiiEragrostis fosbergii
   Eugenia koolauensis
   Euphorbia haeleeleanaEuphorbia haeleeleana
   Flueggea neowawraeaFlueggea neowawraea
   Gardenia mannii
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arborescensHesperomannia arborescens
   Hesperomannia arbusculaHesperomannia arbuscula
   Hibiscus brackenridgeiHibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion laurifoliumIsodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion longifoliumIsodendrion longifolium
   Kadua coriacea
   Kadua degeneriKadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia niihauensisLobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifoliaMelanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahaeMelicope makahae
   Melicope pallidaMelicope pallida
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulateNeraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humileNototrichium humile
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia kaalaensisPhyllostegia kaalaensis
   Phyllostegia mollis
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrensPlatydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeriSchiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalaeSchiedea kaalae
   Schiedea nuttalliiSchiedea nuttallii
   Schiedea obovataSchiedea obovata
   Silene perlmanii
   Solanum sandwicense
   Stenogyne kanehoana
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Urera kaalae
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. ChamissonianaViola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2
   Abutilon sandwicenseAbutilon sandwicense
   Alectryon macrococcusAlectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioidesCenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Chamaesyce herbstiiChamaesyce herbstii
   Colubrina oppositifolia
   Ctenitis squamigera
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. ObataeCyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyanea longiflora
   Cyanea pinnatifida
   Cyanea superba
   Cyperus pennatiformis
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Delissea subcordataDelissea subcordata
   Diellia falcateDiellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Eugenia koolauensis
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Flueggea neowawraea
   Gardenia manniiGardenia mannii
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Hesperomannia arbuscula
   Hibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Kadua coriacea
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope pallida
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Phyllostegia hirsutePhyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia kaalaensisPhyllostegia kaalaensis
   Phyllostegia mollisPhyllostegia mollis
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrensPlatydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeriSchiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalaeSchiedea kaalae
   Schiedea nuttallii
   Schiedea obovata
   Silene perlmanii
   Solanum sandwicenseSolanum sandwicense
   Stenogyne kanehoanaStenogyne kanehoana
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Urera kaalaeUrera kaalae
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3
   Abutilon sandwicense
   Alectryon macrococcusAlectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioidesCenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Colubrina oppositifolia
   Ctenitis squamigera
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyanea longiflora
   Cyanea pinnatifida
   Cyanea superba
   Cyperus pennatiformis
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Delissea subcordataDelissea subcordata
   Diellia falcateDiellia falcata
   Diellia unisoraDiellia unisora
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Eugenia koolauensis
   Euphorbia haeleeleana
   Flueggea neowawraea
   Gardenia mannii
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Hesperomannia arbusculaHesperomannia arbuscula
   Hibiscus brackenridgei
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Kadua coriacea
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope pallida
   Melicope saint-johniiMelicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Phyllostegia mollisPhyllostegia mollis
   Phyllostegia parvifloraPhyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princepsPlantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalaeSchiedea kaalae
   Schiedea nuttallii
   Schiedea obovata
   Silene perlmaniiSilene perlmanii
   Solanum sandwicense
   Stenogyne kanehoana
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Urera kaalaeUrera kaalae
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Ctenitis squamigera
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea longiflora
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Delissea subcordata
   Diellia erecta
   Diellia falcata
   Eugenia koolauensis
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Kadua coriacea
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia monostachya
   Melicope lydgatei
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollis
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Pleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea nuttallii
   Solanum sandwicense
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Tetraplasandra lydgatei
   Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Ctenitis squamigera
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea longiflora
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Delissea subcordata
   Diellia erecta
   Diellia falcata
   Eugenia koolauensis
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Kadua coriacea
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia monostachya
   Melicope lydgatei
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollis
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Pleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea nuttallii
   Solanum sandwicense
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Tetraplasandra lydgatei
   Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Ctenitis squamigera
   Cyanea acuminateCyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispaCyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea longiflora
   Cyanea truncateCyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Delissea subcordata
   Diellia erecta
   Diellia falcata
   Eugenia koolauensis
   Gardenia manniiGardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Kadua coriacea
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia monostachya
   Melicope lydgatei
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollis
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Pleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea kaalaeSchiedea kaalae
   Schiedea nuttallii
   Solanum sandwicense
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Tetraplasandra lydgatei
   Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesiiBonamia menziesii
   Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana
   Ctenitis squamigera
   Cyanea acuminateCyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. GrimesianaCyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea lanceolataCyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea longiflora
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra polyanthaCyrtandra polyantha
   Delissea subcordata
   Diellia erectaDiellia erecta
   Diellia falcata
   Eugenia koolauensis
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Kadua coriacea
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia monostachyaLobelia monostachya
   Melicope lydgatei
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollis
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea nuttallii
   Solanum sandwicense
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Tetraplasandra lydgateiTetraplasandra lydgatei
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Gardenia mannii
   Gouania vitifoliaGouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arbuscula
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollis
   Plantago princeps
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeriSchiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Urera kaalaeUrera kaalae
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Gardenia mannii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arbuscula
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Phyllostegia hirsutePhyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollisPhyllostegia mollis
   Plantago princeps
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Urera kaalaeUrera kaalae
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Gardenia mannii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arbuscula
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Phyllostegia hirsutePhyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollisPhyllostegia mollis
   Plantago princeps
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeriSchiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Urera kaalae
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Gardenia mannii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arbuscula
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollisPhyllostegia mollis
   Plantago princeps
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Urera kaalae
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. ObataeCyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diplazium molokaiense
   Gardenia mannii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Hesperomannia arbusculaHesperomannia arbuscula
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia mollis
   Plantago princeps
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalaeSchiedea kaalae
   Urera kaalae
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescensHesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockiiChamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminateCyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtianaCyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifoliaCyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncateCyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridifloraCyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia manniiGardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescensHesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutansHuperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddiiMyrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsutePhyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornutaPlatydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgateiPteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpaTetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensisViola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuenseZanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulanthaCyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockiiChamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtianaCyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensisCyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johniiCyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridifloraCyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia manniiGardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescensHesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandraeLabordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensisLobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakaeMelicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgateiMelicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsutePhyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parvifloraPhyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princepsPlantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornutaPlatydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgateiPteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpaTetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensisViola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuenseZanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensisCyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispaCyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminateCyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispaCyanea crispa
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana
   Cyanea humboldtianaCyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea koolauensisCyanea koolauensis
   Cyanea lanceolataCyanea lanceolata
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johniiCyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Cyrtandra gracilisCyrtandra gracilis
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra polyanthaCyrtandra polyantha
   Cyrtandra sessilisCyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Cyrtandra waiolani
   Gardenia manniiGardenia mannii
   Hesperomannia arborescensHesperomannia arborescens
   Huperzia nutans
   Isodendrion longifolium
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope hiiakae
   Melicope lydgatei
   Myrsine juddii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Platanthera holochila
   Platydesma cornuta var. cornutaPlatydesma cornuta var. cornuta
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Pteris lidgatei
   Sanicula purpureaSanicula purpurea
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpaTetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Zanthoxylum oahuense
   Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1
   Alectryon macrococcus var. macrococcus
   Cyanea acuminateCyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Labordia cyrtandraeLabordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope christopherseniiMelicope christophersenii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Schiedea trinervisSchiedea trinervis
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1
   Abutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcusAlectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioidesCenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstiiChamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. ObataeCyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentateCyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneriKadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princepsPlantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovataSchiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolata
   Silene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2
   Abutilon sandwicenseAbutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcusAlectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobataeDubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifoliaGouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvulaKadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbusculaLepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensisLobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifoliaMelanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahaeMelicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humileNototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicensePeucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrensPlatydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversaSanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeriSchiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolata
   Silene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiformeTetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. ChamissonianaViola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3
   Abutilon sandwicenseAbutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcusAlectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesiiBonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcateDiellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobataeDubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergiiEragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraeaFlueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyeniiGouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifoliumIsodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneriKorthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbusculaLepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophyllaLipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensisLobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifoliaMelanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahaeMelicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulateNeraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humileNototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicensePeucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensisPhyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeriSchiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolataSilene lanceolata
   Silene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiformeTetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. ChamissonianaViola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4
   Abutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcusAlectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleanaChamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolata
   Silene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensisSpermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6
   Abutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioidesCenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcata
   Diellia unisoraDiellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraeaFlueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbusculaLepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensisLobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johniiMelicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulateNeraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princepsPlantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolata
   Silene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. LepidotumTetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a
   Abutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraeaFlueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvulaKadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johniiMelicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princepsPlantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrensPlatydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolata
   Silene perlmaniiSilene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. ChamissonianaViola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b
   Abutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolata
   Silene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8
   Abutilon sandwicenseAbutilon sandwicense
   Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata
   Alectryon macrococcus
   Bonamia menziesiiBonamia menziesii
   Cenchrus agrimonioides
   Chamaesyce herbstii
   Chamaesyce kuwaleana
   Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae
   Cyrtandra dentata
   Diellia falcata
   Diellia unisora
   Dubautia herbstobatae
   Eragrostis fosbergii
   Flueggea neowawraeaFlueggea neowawraea
   Gouania meyenii
   Gouania vitifolia
   Isodendrion laurifolium
   Isodendrion pyrifolium
   Kadua degeneri
   Kadua parvula
   Korthalsella degeneri
   Lepidium arbuscula
   Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla
   Lobelia niihauensisLobelia niihauensis
   Melanthera tenuifolia
   Melicope makahae
   Melicope saint-johnii
   Neraudia angulateNeraudia angulata
   Nototrichium humileNototrichium humile
   Peucedanum sandwicense
   Phyllostegia kaalaensis
   Plantago princeps
   Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens
   Pleomele forbesiiPleomele forbesii
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula mariversa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea obovata
   Schiedea trinervis
   Silene lanceolata
   Silene perlmanii
   Spermolepis hawaiiensis
   Tetramolopium filiforme
   Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum
   Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope christopherseniiMelicope christophersenii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea trinervisSchiedea trinervis
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope christopherseniiMelicope christophersenii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea trinervis
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope christophersenii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea trinervis
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope christophersenii
   Phyllostegia hirsutePhyllostegia hirsuta
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeriSchiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea trinervis
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Melicope christophersenii
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Schiedea hookeri
   Schiedea kaalae
   Schiedea trinervis
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce deppeana
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispaCyanea crispa
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Huperzia nutansHuperzia nutans
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Lysimachia filifolia
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula purpurea
   Schiedea kaalaeSchiedea kaalae
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce deppeana
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispaCyanea crispa
   Cyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridiflora
   Huperzia nutans
   Labordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensis
   Lysimachia filifolia
   Phyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princeps
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. OahuensisPsychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula purpurea
   Schiedea kaalaeSchiedea kaalae
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensis
   Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8
   Adenophorus periens
   Chamaesyce deppeana
   Chamaesyce rockii
   Cyanea acuminateCyanea acuminata
   Cyanea calycinaCyanea calycina
   Cyanea crispa
   Cyanea humboldtianaCyanea humboldtiana
   Cyanea purpurellifoliaCyanea purpurellifolia
   Cyanea st.-johniiCyanea st.-johnii
   Cyanea truncata
   Cyrtandra kaulanthaCyrtandra kaulantha
   Cyrtandra sessilisCyrtandra sessilis
   Cyrtandra subumbellataCyrtandra subumbellata
   Cyrtandra viridifloraCyrtandra viridiflora
   Huperzia nutansHuperzia nutans
   Labordia cyrtandraeLabordia cyrtandrae
   Lobelia oahuensisLobelia oahuensis
   Lysimachia filifoliaLysimachia filifolia
   Phyllostegia hirsutePhyllostegia hirsuta
   Phyllostegia parvifloraPhyllostegia parviflora
   Plantago princepsPlantago princeps
   Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis
   Pteralyxia macrocarpaPteralyxia macrocarpa
   Sanicula purpureaSanicula purpurea
   Schiedea kaalae
   Tetraplasandra gymnocarpaTetraplasandra gymnocarpa
   Trematolobelia singularisTrematolobelia singularis
   Viola oahuensisViola oahuensis

(j) Plants on Oahu; Constituent elements—(1) Flowering plants.

FAMILY AMARANTHACEAE

Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata (round-leaved chaff flower)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(D) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(E) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(F) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

(ii) In Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Nototrichium humile (KULUI)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Nototrichium humile on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY APIACEAE

Peucedanum sandwicense (MAKOU)

Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Peucedanum sandwicense on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(vi) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Sanicula mariversa (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Sanicula mariversa on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Sanicula purpurea (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Sanicula purpurea on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava, bogs.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Bryophytes, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Spermolepis hawaiiensis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Spermolepis hawaiiensis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical or biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY APOCYNACEAE

Pteralyxia macrocarpa (KAULU)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Pteralyxia macrocarpa on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

(iv) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Bryophytes, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY ARALIACEAE

Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa (OHE OHE)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Bryophytes, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Tetraplasandra lydgatei (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Tetraplasandra lydgatei on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

FAMILY ASPARAGACEAE

Pleomele forbesii (HALA PEPE)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Pleomele forbesii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1 and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY ASTERACEAE

Bidens amplectens (KOOKOOLAU)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Bidens amplectens on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(D) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(E) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(F) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

Dubautia herbstobatae (NAENAE)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Dubautia herbstobatae on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Hesperomannia arborescens (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Hesperomannia arborescens on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Hesperomannia arbuscula (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Hesperomannia arbuscula on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla (NEHE)

Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(vi) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Melanthera tenuifolia (NEHE)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melanthera tenuifolia on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Tetramolopium filiforme (NCN)

Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 1, Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 2, Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 3, Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 4, Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 6, Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 7a, Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 7b, and Oahu-Dry Cliff-Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Tetramolopium filiforme on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(vi) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Tetramolopium lepidotum ssp. lepidotum on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY BRASSICACEAE

Lepidium arbuscula (ANAUNAU)

Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Lepidium arbuscula on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(vi) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY CAMPANULACEAE

Cyanea acuminata (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea acuminata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus, Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(iv) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Bryophytes, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyanea calycina (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea calycina on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus, Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(iv) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyanea crispa (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea crispa on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Cyanea humboldtiana (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea humboldtiana on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyanea koolauensis (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea koolauensis on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Cyanea lanceolata (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea lanceolata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Cyanea longiflora (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea longiflora on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Cyanea pinnatifida (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea pinnatifida on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Cyanea purpurellifolia (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea purpurellifolia on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical or biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyanea st.-johnii (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea st.-johnii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyanea superba (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea superba on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Cyanea truncata (HAHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea truncata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Delissea subcordata (OHA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Delissea subcordata on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Lobelia gaudichaudii ssp. koolauensis on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Lobelia monostachya (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Lobelia monostachya on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Lobelia niihauensis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Lobelia niihauensis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Pleomele.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Lobelia oahuensis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Lobelia oahuensis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus, Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(iii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Trematolobelia singularis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Trematolobelia singularis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical or biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY CARYOPHYLLACEAE

Schiedea hookeri (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Schiedea hookeri on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Sicyos.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iv) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

(v) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Schiedea kaalae (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Schiedea kaalae on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Schiedea kealiae (MAOLIOLI)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Schiedea kealiae on Oahu.

(i) In unit Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(D) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(E) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(F) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

Schiedea nuttallii (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Schiedea nuttallii on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Schiedea obovata (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Schiedea obovata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Schiedea trinervis (NCN)

Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Schiedea trinervis on Oahu.

(i) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus, Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

(iii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Silene lanceolata (NCN)

Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Silene lanceolata on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(vi) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Silene perlmanii (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Silene perlmanii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical or biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY CONVOLVULACEAE

Bonamia menziesii (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Bonamia menziesii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY CYPERACEAE

Cyperus pennatiformis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyperus pennatiformis on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Cyperus trachysanthos (PUUKAA)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyperus trachysanthos on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; seasonal wetlands; mudflats.

(D) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(E) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(F) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

(ii) In unit Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava, seasonal wetlands.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

FAMILY EUPHORBIACEAE

Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana (AKOKO)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(D) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(E) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(F) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(iii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Chamaesyce deppeana (AKOKO)

Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Chamaesyce deppeana on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(vi) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Chamaesyce herbstii (AKOKO)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Chamaesyce herbstii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Chamaesyce kuwaleana (AKOKO)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 4, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Chamaesyce kuwaleana on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 4, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(D) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(E) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(F) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Chamaesyce rockii (AKOKO)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Chamaesyce rockii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergii (EWA PLAINS AKOKO)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergii on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(iv) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(v) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(vii) Coral outcrop substrate.

Euphorbia haeleeleana (AKOKO)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Euphorbia haeleeleana on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Flueggea neowawraea (MEHAMEHAME)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Flueggea neowawraea on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY FABACEAE

Sesbania tomentosa (OHAI)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 4, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Sesbania tomentosa on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(iv) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(v) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(vi) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

Vigna o-wahuensis (NCN)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 4, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Vigna o-wahuensis on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(iv) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(v) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(vi) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

FAMILY GENTIANACEAE

Centaurium sebaeoides (AWIWI)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 1, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 2, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 3, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 4, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 5, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 6, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 7, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 8, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 10, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 13, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 14, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 15, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Centaurium sebaeoides on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; ephemeral pools; mudflats.

(iv) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(v) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(vi) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

FAMILY GESNERIACEAE

Cyrtandra dentata (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra dentata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Cyrtandra gracilis (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra gracilis on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Cyrtandra kaulantha (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra kaulantha on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyrtandra polyantha (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra polyantha on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Cyrtandra sessilis (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra sessilis Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils, lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyrtandra subumbellata (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra subumbellata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyrtandra viridiflora (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra viridiflora on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Cyrtandra waiolani (HAIWALE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra waiolani on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

FAMILY LAMIACEAE

Phyllostegia hirsuta (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Phyllostegia hirsuta on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus, Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(iv) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Phyllostegia kaalaensis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Phyllostegia kaalaensis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Phyllostegia mollis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Phyllostegia mollis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Phyllostegia parviflora (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Phyllostegia parviflora on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Phyllostegia parviflora var. lydgatei are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia. (ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iv) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Phyllostegia parviflora var. parviflora are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Stenogyne kanehoana (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Stenogyne kanehoana on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

FAMILY LOGANIACEAE

Labordia cyrtandrae (KAMAKAHALA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Labordia cyrtandrae on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(iv) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY MALVACEAE

Abutilon sandwicense (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Abutilon sandwicense on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Hibiscus brackenridgei (MAO HAU HELE)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Hibiscus brackenridgei var. mokuleianus and Hibiscus brackenridgei var. molokaiana on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Hibiscus brackenridgei var. mokuleianus and Hibiscus brackenridgei var. molokaiana are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Plumbago, Sicyos, Sida, Waltheria.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Hibiscus brackenridgei var. mokuleianus and Hibiscus brackenridgei var. molokaiana are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

FAMILY MYRSINACEAE

Myrsine juddii (KOLEA)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Myrsine juddii on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

FAMILY MYRTACEAE

Eugenia koolauensis (NIOI)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Eugenia koolauensis on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

FAMILY ORCHIDACEAE

Platanthera holochila (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Platanthera holochila on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs and bog hummocks.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

FAMILY PLANTAGINACEAE

Plantago princeps (LAUKAHI KUAHIWI)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Plantago princeps on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Plantago princeps var. princeps are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Plantago princeps var. longibracteata are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Plantago princeps var. princeps are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iv) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Plantago princeps var. princeps are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

(v) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Plantago princeps var. princeps are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY POACEAE

Cenchrus agrimonioides (KAMANOMANO)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cenchrus agrimonioides on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Eragrostis fosbergii (FOSBERG'S LOVE GRASS)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Eragrostis fosbergii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY PRIMULACEAE

Lysimachia filifolia (NCN)

Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Lysimachia filifolia on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(vi) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY RHAMNACEAE

Colubrina oppositifolia (KAUILA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Colubrina oppositifolia on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Gouania meyenii (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Gouania meyenii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Sicyos.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Gouania vitifolia (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Gouania vitifolia on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Sicyos.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(iv) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY RUBIACEAE

Gardenia mannii (NANU)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Gardenia mannii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Kadua coriacea (KIOELE)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Kadua coriacea on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Kadua degeneri (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Kadua degeneri on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Kadua parvula (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Kadua parvula on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis (KOPIKO)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Psychotria hexandra ssp. oahuensis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY RUTACEAE

Melicope christophersenii (ALANI)

Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melicope christophersenii on Oahu.

(i) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus, Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(ii) In unit Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 4, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

Melicope hiiakae (ALANI)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melicope hiiakae on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Melicope lydgatei (ALANI)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melicope lydgatei on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Melicope makahae (ALANI)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melicope makahae on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Melicope pallida (ALANI)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melicope pallida on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Melicope saint-johnii (ALANI)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melicope saint-johnii on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Platydesma cornuta var. cornuta on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Platydesma cornuta var. decurrens on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Zanthoxylum oahuense (AE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Zanthoxylum oahuense on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

FAMILY SAPINDACEAE

Alectryon macrococcus (MAHOE)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Alectryon macrococcus var. macrococcus on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In unit Oahu—Montane Wet—Unit 1, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: 3,300 to 6,600 ft (1,000 to 2,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-developed soils, montane bogs.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Charpentiera, Cheirodendron, Metrosideros.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cibotium, Eurya, Ilex, Myrsine.

(F) Understory: Ferns, Carex, Coprosma, Leptecophylla, Oreobolus, Rhynchospora, Vaccinium.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

FAMILY SOLANACEAE

Solanum sandwicense (POPOLO, AIAKEAKUA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Solanum sandwicense on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

FAMILY URTICACEAE

Neraudia angulata (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Neraudia angulata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Neraudia angulata var. angulata and Neraudia angulata var. dentata are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Sicyos.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Neraudia angulata var. angulata and Neraudia angulata var. dentata are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(iii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat for Neraudia angulata var. angulata and Neraudia angulata var. dentata are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Urera kaalae (OPUHE)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Urera kaalae on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

FAMILY VIOLACEAE

Isodendrion laurifolium (AUPAKA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Isodendrion laurifolium on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Isodendrion longifolium (AUPAKA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Isodendrion longifolium on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

Isodendrion pyrifolium (WAHINE NOHO KULA)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Isodendrion pyrifolium on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 10, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 11, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Sicyos.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana (PAMAKANI)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Viola chamissoniana ssp. chamissoniana on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Viola oahuensis (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Viola oahuensis on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY VISCACEAE

Korthalsella degeneri (HULUMOA)

Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Korthalsella degeneri on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(iv) Canopy: None.

(v) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(vi) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

(vii) Host plants Sapindus oahuensis and Nestigis sandwicensis.

(2) Ferns and allies.

FAMILY ADIANTACEAE

Pteris lidgatei (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Pteris lidgatei on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(iv) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(v) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

FAMILY ASPLENIACEAE

Ctenitis squamigera (PAUOA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Ctenitis squamigera on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Diellia erecta (ASPLENIUM-LEAVED DIELLIA)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Diellia erecta on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(iv) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(v) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(vi) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

Diellia falcata (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Diellia falcata on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 4, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 5, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 6, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Diellia unisora (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Diellia unisora on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 1, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 2, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 3, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 4, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7a, Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 7b, and Oahu—Dry Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, rocky talus.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Antidesma, Chamaesyce, Diospyros, Dodonaea.

(F) Understory: Bidens, Eragrostis, Melanthera, Schiedea.

Diplazium molokaiense (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Diplazium molokaiense on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 2, and Oahu—Lowland Mesic—Unit 3, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: 50 to 75 in (130 to 190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Shallow soils, little to no herbaceous layer.

(D) Canopy: Acacia, Diospyros, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pouteria, Santalum.

(E) Subcanopy: Dodonaea, Freycinetia, Leptecophylla, Melanthera, Osteomeles, Pleomele, Psydrax.

(F) Understory: Carex, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Elaphoglossum, Peperomia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 1, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 2, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 3, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 4, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 5, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

FAMILY GRAMMITIDACEAE

Adenophorus periens (PENDANT KIHI FERN)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Adenophorus periens on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY LYCOPODIACEAE

Huperzia nutans (WAWAEIOLE)

Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Huperzia nutans on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 6, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 7, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 8, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 9, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 10, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 11, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 12, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 13, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 14, Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 15, and Oahu—Lowland Wet—Unit 16, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Clays; ashbeds; deep, well-drained soils; lowland bogs.

(D) Canopy: Antidesma, Metrosideros, Myrsine, Pisonia, Psychotria.

(E) Subcanopy: Cibotium, Claoxylon, Kadua, Melicope.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Cyrtandra, Dicranopteris, Diplazium, Machaerina, Microlepia.

(ii) In units Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 6, Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 7, and Oahu—Wet Cliff—Unit 8, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Unrestricted.

(B) Annual precipitation: Greater than 75 in (190 cm).

(C) Substrate: Greater than 65 degree slope, shallow soils, weathered lava.

(D) Canopy: None.

(E) Subcanopy: Broussaisia, Cheirodendron, Leptecophylla, Metrosideros.

(F) Understory: Bryophytes, Ferns, Coprosma, Dubautia, Kadua, Peperomia.

FAMILY MARSILEACEAE

Marsilea villosa (IHI IHI)

Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Marsilea villosa on Oahu.

(i) In units Oahu—Coastal—Unit 9, Oahu—Coastal—Unit 11, and Oahu—Coastal—Unit 12, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 980 ft (300 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 20 in (50 cm).

(C) Substrate: Well-drained, calcareous, talus slopes; weathered clay soils; seasonal wetlands; mudflats.

(D) Canopy: Hibiscus, Myoporum, Santalum, Scaevola.

(E) Subcanopy: Gossypium, Sida, Vitex.

(F) Understory: Eragrostis, Jacquemontia, Lyceum, Nama, Sesuvium, Sporobolus, Vigna.

(ii) In unit Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(A) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(B) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(C) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava, seasonal wetlands.

(D) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(E) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(F) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Sicyos.

FAMILY PTERIDACEAE

Doryopteris takeuchii (NCN)

Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 6 and Oahu—Lowland Dry—Unit 7, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (i) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Doryopteris takeuchii on Oahu. Within these units, the physical and biological features of critical habitat are:

(i) Elevation: Less than 3,300 ft (1,000 m).

(ii) Annual precipitation: Less than 50 in (130 cm).

(iii) Substrate: Weathered silty loams to stony clay, rocky ledges, little-weathered lava.

(iv) Canopy: Diospyros, Myoporum, Pleomele, Santalum, Sapindus.

(v) Subcanopy: Chamaesyce, Dodonaea, Leptecophylla, Osteomeles, Psydrax, Scaevola, Wikstroemia.

(vi) Understory: Alyxia, Artemisia, Bidens, Chenopodium, Nephrolepis, Peperomia, Sicyos.

(k) Maps and critical habitat unit descriptions for the island of Hawaii, HI. The following sections contain the legal descriptions of the critical habitat units designated for the island of Hawaii. Existing manmade features and structures within the boundaries of the mapped unit, such as buildings, roads, aqueducts and other water system features (including but not limited to pumping stations, irrigation ditches, pipelines, siphons, tunnels, water tanks, gaging stations, intakes, reservoirs, diversions, flumes, and wells; existing trails), campgrounds and their immediate surrounding landscaped area, scenic lookouts, remote helicopter landing sites, existing fences, telecommunications towers and associated structures and equipment, electrical power transmission lines and distribution and communication facilities and regularly maintained associated rights-of-way and access ways, radars, telemetry antennas, missile launch sites, arboreta and gardens, heiau (indigenous places of worship or shrines) and other archaeological sites, airports, other paved areas, and lawns and other rural residential landscaped areas do not contain the primary constituent elements described for each species in paragraph (l) of this section and therefore are not included in the critical habitat designations. Coordinates are in UTM Zone 5 with units in meters using North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83). The following map shows the general locations of the 99 critical habitat units designated on the island of Hawaii.

(1) Note: Map 1—Index map follows:

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(2) Hawaii 1—Clermontia lindseyana—a (1,337 ha, 3,303 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 18 boundary points: Start at 259287, 2189980; 258514, 2190124; 258227, 2189531; 257076, 2189405; 256231, 2189611; 256096, 2190304; 256159, 2190978; 256258, 2191715; 256132, 2192452; 256438, 2193135; 257202, 2193171; 258074, 2192865; 259566, 2192515; 260015, 2192551; 260564, 2192488; 260937, 2192137; 260600, 2191095; 260195, 2190187; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 2 follows:

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(3) Hawaii 1—Clermontia peleana—a (4,704 ha, 11,624 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following seven boundary points: Start at 261799, 2189905; 259290, 2190265; 259437, 2191186; 260905, 2197592; 263380, 2198183; 264962, 2199047; 266443, 2189598; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 3 follows:

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(4) Hawaii 1—Clermontia pyrularia—a (1,378 ha, 3,405 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 21 boundary points: Start at 258551, 2191038; 258529, 2189991; 258210, 2188565; 257890, 2188331; 257487, 2188365; 256896, 2188490; 256215, 2188925; 255931, 2188918; 255675, 2189060; 255456, 2189333; 255283, 2189470; 255306, 2189929; 255346, 2190140; 255408, 2190618; 255387, 2191557; 255496, 2193031; 255782, 2193009; 256122, 2193173; 256270, 2193339; 257054, 2193360; 258360, 2192915; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 4 follows:

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(5) Hawaii 1—Cyanea shipmanii—a (1,577 ha, 3,898 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 15 boundary points: Start at 258782, 2190167; 258548, 2189979; 258183, 2188260; 257434, 2188452; 256928, 2188480; 256188, 2188929; 255258, 2189156; 255505, 2193009; 255781, 2192991; 256152, 2193174; 256156, 2193377; 257053, 2193355; 259425, 2192593; 259263, 2191816; 259174, 2191010; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 5 follows:

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(6) Hawaii 1—Phyllostegia racemosa—a (938 ha, 2,317 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 14 boundary points: Start at 258101, 2190453; 257892, 2189913; 256913, 2188486; 256656, 2188640; 256222, 2188920; 255488, 2189023; 255638, 2189438; 256199, 2190746; 256201, 2190776; 256355, 2192927; 256193, 2193388; 257046, 2193366; 258868, 2192771; 258286, 2190933; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 6 follows:

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(7) Hawaii 2—Clermontia lindseyana—b (1,262 ha, 3,119 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 11 boundary points: Start at 257292, 2195256; 256959, 2195939; 256806, 2197162; 256815, 2198142; 256627, 2199661; 256609, 2200056; 259081, 2200802; 259908, 2197800; 259126, 2196047; 257939, 2196380; 257957, 2195319; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 7 follows:

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(8) Hawaii 2—Clermontia pyrularia—b (1,383 ha, 3,418 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 20 boundary points: Start at 255651, 2196455; 255597, 2196941; 255516, 2197725; 255512, 2197761; 255468, 2198050; 255421, 2198130; 255299, 2198552; 255372, 2199203; 256335, 2199414; 256242, 2200024; 255213, 2199704; 254946, 2201156; 255168, 2201360; 256079, 2201937; 256430, 2201672; 257336, 2200280; 257616, 2199751; 257968, 2196298; 258088, 2195186; 255745, 2195208; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 8 follows:

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(9) Hawaii 2—Phyllostegia racemosa—b (1,683 ha, 4,158 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 13 boundary points: Start at 258723, 2200661; 258940, 2200060; 259480, 2196687; 259164, 2195977; 257990, 2196313; 258115, 2195161; 255794, 2195189; 255648, 2196936; 255554, 2197804; 255334, 2198495; 255397, 2199185; 256317, 2199426; 256234, 2199928; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 9 follows:

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(10) Hawaii 3—Clermontia peleana—b (4,098 ha, 10,126 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 16 boundary points: Start at 265536, 2206014; 265870, 2201356; 264628, 2199741; 260958, 2198980; 260785, 2200155; 262026, 2204132; 261185, 2204813; 260398, 2204759; 259170, 2203211; 258222, 2203945; 258477, 2204289; 259386, 2206126; 259977, 2206520; 260443, 2206955; 261652, 2208710; 262533, 2208323; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 10 follows:

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(11) Hawaii 3—Cyanea platyphylla—a (1,403 ha, 3,467 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following eight boundary points: Start at 261936, 2208604; 263321, 2207740; 265617, 2206104; 265417, 2204172; 264174, 2203283; 260750, 2206482; 260875, 2207122; 261952, 2208637; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 11 follows:

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(12) Hawaii 3—Cyrtandra giffardii—a (1,510 ha, 3,731 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 22 boundary points: Start at 263977, 2204191; 263091, 2203511; 262736, 2203406; 261836, 2204431; 261358, 2204610; 261162, 2204774; 261114, 2204782; 260137, 2205484; 260269, 2205773; 260727, 2206307; 260808, 2207135; 261955, 2208667; 262335, 2208492; 262457, 2208405; 262682, 2208256; 262829, 2208171; 263062, 2208031; 264606, 2206914; 264702, 2206732; 265162, 2206251; 265443, 2205871; 264381, 2205051; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 12 follows:

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(13) Hawaii 3—Cyrtandra tintinnabula—a (2,322 ha, 5,738 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 30 boundary points: Start at 261996, 2208648; 262049, 2208624; 263522, 2207698; 265651, 2206158; 265754, 2204527; 265122, 2203759; 262570, 2202152; 261169, 2201554; 261944, 2204127; 261158, 2204766; 260467, 2204723; 260185, 2204367; 260136, 2204327; 260129, 2204298; 259641, 2203682; 259436, 2203822; 258995, 2204073; 259216, 2204499; 259562, 2204625; 259924, 2205129; 260239, 2205570; 260255, 2205790; 260539, 2206042; 260743, 2206373; 260822, 2206782; 260854, 2207176; 261184, 2207475; 261515, 2208026; 261720, 2208326; 261972, 2208593; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 13 follows:

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(14) Hawaii 3—Phyllostegia warshaueri—a (2,471 ha, 6,105 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 21 boundary points: Start at 257006, 2207522; 257019, 2207554; 257990, 2209960; 258969, 2210027; 258996, 2210030; 259000, 2210028; 259841, 2209621; 260070, 2208710; 261086, 2208085; 261545, 2208642; 262022, 2208476; 262839, 2208040; 263330, 2207359; 264502, 2206514; 265710, 2205217; 265744, 2204501; 265526, 2204234; 263864, 2203016; 263466, 2203598; 261804, 2205478; 259132, 2206487; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 14 follows:

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(15) Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—a (49 ha, 121 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 30 boundary points: Start at 216918, 2213235; 217016, 2213305; 217029, 2213274; 217005, 2213247; 217021, 2213158; 217073, 2213172; 217095, 2213120; 217071, 2213088; 217094, 2213045; 217129, 2213041; 217123, 2212977; 217141, 2212945; 217161, 2212966; 217207, 2212974; 217303, 2213051; 217353, 2212944; 217455, 2212885; 217511, 2212825; 217544, 2212704; 217624, 2212704; 217658, 2212443; 217423, 2212270; 217284, 2212268; 217105, 2212451; 216974, 2212346; 216772, 2212797; 216900, 2213009; 216946, 2212994; 216966, 2213060; 216928, 2213088; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 15 follows:

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(16) Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—b (35 ha, 87 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 32 boundary points: Start at 223492, 2211567; 223608, 2211572; 223691, 2211528; 223727, 2211464; 223811, 2211316; 223763, 2211291; 223859, 2211232; 223887, 2211182; 223881, 2211116; 223938, 2211006; 223918, 2210977; 223876, 2210984; 223832, 2210851; 223809, 2210816; 223729, 2210799; 223636, 2210739; 223556, 2210796; 223552, 2210877; 223614, 2210869; 223630, 2210891; 223572, 2210924; 223506, 2210932; 223418, 2210946; 223338, 2210965; 223296, 2211003; 223244, 2211091; 223188, 2211145; 223294, 2211291; 223359, 2211352; 223406, 2211368; 223414, 2211415; 223415, 2211453; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 16 follows:

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(17) Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—c (49 ha, 121 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 15 boundary points: Start at 230256, 2210857; 230438, 2210998; 230517, 2211001; 230682, 2211057; 230897, 2211021; 231011, 2210874; 231090, 2210642; 231078, 2210504; 230899, 2210322; 230783, 2210259; 230543, 2210360; 230357, 2210475; 230289, 2210576; 230244, 2210644; 230224, 2210817; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 17 follows:

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(18) Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—d (49 ha, 121 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following nine boundary points: Start at 231266, 2211631; 231267, 2211631; 231537, 2212023; 232139, 2211722; 231979, 2211293; 231830, 2211149; 231774, 2211152; 231436, 2211271; 231277, 2211485; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 18 follows:

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(19) Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—e (11 ha, 26 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 39 boundary points: Start at 222273, 2208478; 222265, 2208455; 222245, 2208415; 222245, 2208393; 222331, 2208332; 222330, 2208290; 222311, 2208248; 222279, 2208219; 222256, 2208215; 222254, 2208246; 222251, 2208259; 222230, 2208261; 222222, 2208286; 222213, 2208303; 222225, 2208306; 222227, 2208316; 222214, 2208320; 222209, 2208331; 222194, 2208337; 222189, 2208329; 222194, 2208324; 222202, 2208299; 222198, 2208283; 222219, 2208259; 222244, 2208216; 222238, 2208183; 222198, 2208149; 222045, 2208166; 222020, 2208212; 221971, 2208225; 221966, 2208306; 221969, 2208396; 221963, 2208440; 221988, 2208483; 222015, 2208509; 222077, 2208552; 222199, 2208535; 222218, 2208498; 222247, 2208498; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 19 follows:

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(20) Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—f (51 ha, 127 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 27 boundary points: Start at 221456, 2205056; 221315, 2205089; 220996, 2205294; 220895, 2205435; 220799, 2205324; 220680, 2205394; 220645, 2205535; 220550, 2205636; 220701, 2205687; 220754, 2205770; 220904, 2205756; 220861, 2205816; 221058, 2205989; 221139, 2205911; 221195, 2205756; 221253, 2205717; 221216, 2205641; 221179, 2205613; 221095, 2205611; 221197, 2205553; 221326, 2205451; 221675, 2205188; 221929, 2204996; 221948, 2204869; 221871, 2204802; 221737, 2204828; 221610, 2204957; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 20 follows:

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(21) Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—a (49 ha, 121 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 30 boundary points: Start at 216918, 2213235; 217016, 2213305; 217029, 2213274; 217005, 2213247; 217021, 2213158; 217073, 2213172; 217095, 2213120; 217071, 2213088; 217094, 2213045; 217129, 2213041; 217123, 2212977; 217141, 2212945; 217161, 2212966; 217207, 2212974; 217303, 2213051; 217353, 2212944; 217455, 2212885; 217511, 2212825; 217544, 2212704; 217624, 2212704; 217658, 2212443; 217423, 2212270; 217284, 2212268; 217105, 2212451; 216974, 2212346; 216772, 2212797; 216900, 2213009; 216946, 2212994; 216966, 2213060; 216928, 2213088; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 21 follows:

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(22) Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—b (35 ha, 87 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 32 boundary points: Start at 223492, 2211567; 223608, 2211572; 223691, 2211528; 223727, 2211464; 223811, 2211316; 223763, 2211291; 223859, 2211232; 223887, 2211182; 223881, 2211116; 223938, 2211006; 223918, 2210977; 223876, 2210984; 223832, 2210851; 223809, 2210816; 223729, 2210799; 223636, 2210739; 223556, 2210796; 223552, 2210877; 223614, 2210869; 223630, 2210891; 223572, 2210924; 223506, 2210932; 223418, 2210946; 223338, 2210965; 223296, 2211003; 223244, 2211091; 223188, 2211145; 223294, 2211291; 223359, 2211352; 223406, 2211368; 223414, 2211415; 223415, 2211453; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 22 follows:

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(23) Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—c (51 ha, 127 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 27 boundary points: Start at 221456, 2205056; 221315, 2205089; 220996, 2205294; 220895, 2205435; 220799, 2205324; 220680, 2205394; 220645, 2205535; 220550, 2205636; 220701, 2205687; 220754, 2205770; 220904, 2205756; 220861, 2205816; 221058, 2205989; 221139, 2205911; 221195, 2205756; 221253, 2205717; 221216, 2205641; 221179, 2205613; 221095, 2205611; 221197, 2205553; 221326, 2205451; 221675, 2205188; 221929, 2204996; 221948, 2204869; 221871, 2204802; 221737, 2204828; 221610, 2204957; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 23 follows:

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(24) Hawaii 5—Nothocestrum breviflorum—a (403 ha, 995 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 10 boundary points: Start at 223325, 2230961; 223717, 2230611; 223961, 2230395; 224099, 2230006; 222943, 2227775; 221847, 2228401; 221769, 2228638; 221914, 2229066; 222052, 2229490; 222606, 2230217; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 24 follows:

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(25) Hawaii 6—Nothocestrum breviflorum—b (1,113 ha, 2,750 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 29 boundary points: Start at 217283, 2233128; 217629, 2233499; 218093, 2234242; 218828, 2233584; 218277, 2231773; 218266, 2231685; 218291, 2231675; 219411, 2233375; 219521, 2233443; 219655, 2233414; 220288, 2233050; 220656, 2232834; 221080, 2232612; 220999, 2232500; 220822, 2232233; 220802, 2231818; 220498, 2230963; 220529, 2230813; 220350, 2230453; 220296, 2229915; 220205, 2229697; 220190, 2229504; 220122, 2229416; 218354, 2230452; 216792, 2231049; 216919, 2231470; 217150, 2231890; 217026, 2232314; 217214, 2232981; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 25 follows:

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(26) Hawaii 7—Pleomele hawaiiensis—a (677 ha, 1,673 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 92 boundary points: Start at 213884, 2231521; 213842, 2231562; 213785, 2231427; 213666, 2231261; 213601, 2230893; 213453, 2230596; 213305, 2230350; 213204, 2230269; 213030, 2230210; 212859, 2230290; 212807, 2230381; 212812, 2230467; 212835, 2230541; 212877, 2230637; 212939, 2230736; 213011, 2230905; 213041, 2231129; 212997, 2231275; 213007, 2231651; 213147, 2232011; 213409, 2232858; 213387, 2233177; 213269, 2233218; 213462, 2233730; 213453, 2233976; 213443, 2234090; 213442, 2234162; 213373, 2234284; 213315, 2234388; 213271, 2234480; 213320, 2234721; 213371, 2234760; 213429, 2234835; 213464, 2234878; 213513, 2234943; 213559, 2235003; 213642, 2235106; 213659, 2235121; 213685, 2235147; 213724, 2235205; 213745, 2235328; 213734, 2235407; 213765, 2235497; 213747, 2235588; 213771, 2235662; 213817, 2235706; 213849, 2235729; 213891, 2235850; 213906, 2235884; 213908, 2235940; 213886, 2235998; 213892, 2236033; 214009, 2236115; 214062, 2236170; 214080, 2236202; 214083, 2236227; 214091, 2236260; 214140, 2236304; 214165, 2236296; 214069, 2236123; 213954, 2236053; 214016, 2235921; 213862, 2235537; 213901, 2235357; 213770, 2235029; 213484, 2234675; 213587, 2234485; 213891, 2234567; 213773, 2233608; 214112, 2233331; 214183, 2233458; 214141, 2233713; 214320, 2234212; 214483, 2234338; 214390, 2234581; 214802, 2235593; 214978, 2235684; 215037, 2235434; 215190, 2235808; 215483, 2235675; 215479, 2235179; 215269, 2234894; 215127, 2234463; 215158, 2234131; 214937, 2233848; 215182, 2233321; 214973, 2232427; 215018, 2231531; 214640, 2231432; 214495, 2231365; 214382, 2231329; 214332, 2231335; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 26 follows:

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(27) Hawaii 8—Clermontia drepanomorpha—a (1,906 ha, 4,709 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 30 boundary points: Start at 214766, 2225082; 215176, 2225539; 215405, 2225905; 215716, 2226097; 216131, 2226318; 217035, 2226328; 218354, 2225470; 219286, 2224824; 219895, 2223228; 218899, 2220922; 218806, 2219907; 218769, 2219298; 218197, 2219271; 217672, 2220036; 217653, 2220562; 217819, 2221512; 217520, 2221821; 217378, 2221880; 217229, 2221937; 217063, 2221937; 216768, 2222158; 216463, 2222582; 215919, 2223071; 215956, 2223348; 215550, 2223643; 215070, 2223892; 214393, 2224156; 214299, 2224261; 214335, 2224407; 214570, 2224647; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 27 follows:

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(28) Hawaii 8—Phyllostegia warshaueri—b (1,177 ha, 2,908 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 27 boundary points: Start at 218326, 2219182; 218265, 2219899; 218572, 2220103; 219186, 2220554; 218961, 2221066; 218183, 2222274; 217900, 2223294; 218531, 2223871; 219842, 2223011; 220052, 2222981; 220255, 2223197; 220513, 2223371; 220883, 2223437; 221142, 2223301; 221469, 2222879; 221431, 2222712; 221443, 2222484; 221956, 2222124; 221860, 2221917; 221276, 2221939; 221020, 2221746; 220775, 2221645; 220679, 2221263; 221125, 2220585; 221255, 2220003; 220857, 2218373; 220445, 2219168; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 28 follows:

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(29) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—a (63 ha, 157 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 82 boundary points: Start at 211908, 2224450; 211840, 2224339; 211562, 2224160; 211477, 2224142; 211418, 2224067; 211356, 2224034; 211319, 2223969; 211271, 2223951; 211220, 2223903; 211172, 2223900; 211144, 2223870; 211106, 2223860; 211053, 2223873; 210980, 2223837; 210916, 2223837; 210864, 2223788; 210802, 2223764; 210694, 2223796; 210650, 2223761; 210578, 2223756; 210489, 2223646; 210425, 2223652; 210359, 2223635; 210254, 2223626; 210218, 2223598; 210154, 2223584; 210056, 2223595; 209922, 2223585; 209805, 2223507; 209521, 2223432; 209365, 2223366; 209228, 2223347; 208930, 2223267; 208835, 2223286; 208830, 2223355; 208907, 2223389; 209205, 2223465; 209333, 2223482; 209483, 2223546; 209548, 2223555; 209606, 2223568; 209652, 2223593; 209761, 2223619; 209887, 2223699; 209956, 2223703; 209996, 2223703; 210057, 2223716; 210148, 2223704; 210219, 2223742; 210431, 2223770; 210529, 2223870; 210603, 2223875; 210683, 2224047; 210751, 2224079; 210773, 2224145; 210846, 2224182; 210875, 2224212; 210992, 2224241; 211084, 2224220; 211131, 2224248; 211225, 2224269; 211290, 2224395; 211339, 2224415; 211428, 2224394; 211464, 2224477; 211515, 2224517; 211607, 2224525; 211733, 2224561; 211824, 2224547; 211926, 2224590; 211986, 2224640; 212066, 2224670; 212094, 2224717; 212088, 2224750; 212115, 2224806; 212108, 2224823; 212219, 2224872; 212243, 2224820; 212243, 2224778; 212216, 2224731; 212213, 2224684; 212160, 2224595; return to starting point.

(ii) Excluding one area bounded by the following 31 points (8 ha, 19 ac): Start at 211235, 2224062; 211172, 2224016; 211129, 2224012; 211093, 2223986; 211042, 2223992; 210945, 2223954; 210872, 2223952; 210792, 2223885; 210751, 2223908; 210770, 2223960; 210841, 2223994; 210870, 2224063; 210928, 2224102; 210992, 2224116; 211080, 2224094; 211174, 2224135; 211293, 2224156; 211335, 2224196; 211345, 2224253; 211373, 2224282; 211439, 2224272; 211501, 2224297; 211562, 2224404; 211619, 2224407; 211657, 2224425; 211731, 2224441; 211766, 2224436; 211506, 2224267; 211403, 2224240; 211340, 2224159; 211274, 2224128; return to starting point.

(iii) Note: Map 29 follows:

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(30) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—b (124 ha, 306 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 211 boundary points: Start at 211305, 2223364; 211375, 2223384; 211403, 2223445; 211471, 2223464; 211508, 2223521; 211605, 2223565; 211667, 2223634; 211757, 2223690; 211885, 2223733; 211931, 2223724; 211986, 2223686; 212068, 2223746; 212139, 2223774; 212198, 2223854; 212277, 2223900; 212406, 2223912; 212539, 2223951; 212645, 2223915; 212681, 2223974; 212720, 2223994; 212836, 2224123; 212883, 2224222; 212935, 2224265; 213002, 2224253; 213015, 2224188; 212983, 2224154; 212926, 2224043; 212826, 2223931; 212746, 2223863; 212766, 2223847; 212819, 2223884; 212890, 2223915; 213075, 2223887; 213289, 2223971; 213371, 2223934; 213409, 2223871; 213316, 2223863; 213077, 2223764; 212894, 2223794; 212820, 2223740; 212780, 2223729; 212674, 2223741; 212626, 2223773; 212579, 2223781; 212533, 2223829; 212510, 2223825; 212439, 2223796; 212348, 2223795; 212294, 2223777; 212205, 2223673; 212125, 2223641; 212013, 2223563; 211957, 2223565; 211888, 2223610; 211803, 2223577; 211717, 2223519; 211686, 2223470; 211593, 2223426; 211549, 2223371; 211491, 2223344; 211458, 2223292; 211397, 2223257; 211323, 2223241; 211283, 2223193; 211242, 2223171; 211187, 2223097; 211045, 2223037; 210978, 2222957; 210854, 2222894; 210790, 2222817; 210763, 2222740; 210607, 2222645; 210591, 2222566; 210546, 2222536; 210433, 2222414; 210413, 2222350; 210443, 2222344; 210571, 2222422; 210666, 2222448; 210691, 2222500; 210725, 2222521; 210793, 2222517; 210852, 2222539; 210905, 2222517; 210925, 2222488; 211073, 2222553; 211191, 2222530; 211279, 2222586; 211348, 2222589; 211378, 2222610; 211441, 2222613; 211494, 2222638; 211568, 2222607; 211619, 2222618; 211712, 2222598; 211828, 2222527; 211912, 2222500; 212003, 2222547; 212069, 2222542; 212147, 2222486; 212228, 2222467; 212274, 2222404; 212348, 2222471; 212448, 2222511; 212668, 2222802; 212761, 2222874; 212802, 2222963; 213012, 2223108; 213060, 2223184; 213115, 2223225; 213115, 2223296; 213180, 2223380; 213342, 2223505; 213502, 2223538; 213592, 2223617; 213636, 2223593; 213643, 2223539; 213565, 2223434; 213394, 2223394; 213253, 2223285; 213234, 2223260; 213253, 2223205; 213231, 2223147; 213152, 2223106; 213084, 2223011; 212891, 2222882; 212863, 2222805; 212756, 2222719; 212535, 2222428; 212497, 2222398; 212412, 2222369; 212308, 2222279; 212217, 2222281; 212186, 2222304; 212160, 2222365; 212097, 2222377; 212025, 2222427; 211944, 2222384; 211894, 2222380; 211782, 2222415; 211678, 2222482; 211644, 2222482; 211575, 2222486; 211508, 2222513; 211448, 2222492; 211413, 2222496; 211386, 2222474; 211328, 2222470; 211194, 2222417; 211089, 2222433; 210981, 2222380; 210899, 2222365; 210832, 2222399; 210774, 2222396; 210736, 2222348; 210624, 2222314; 210481, 2222229; 210331, 2222220; 210250, 2222177; 210082, 2222125; 209980, 2222118; 209833, 2222142; 209813, 2222131; 209804, 2222071; 209776, 2222040; 209729, 2222030; 209675, 2222040; 209640, 2222012; 209577, 2222003; 209527, 2221938; 209471, 2221916; 209325, 2221943; 209234, 2221919; 209020, 2221948; 208952, 2221925; 208760, 2221918; 208599, 2221816; 208492, 2221827; 208460, 2221817; 208410, 2221927; 208484, 2221948; 208565, 2221936; 208676, 2222014; 208732, 2222035; 208927, 2222043; 209015, 2222068; 209236, 2222040; 209325, 2222064; 209449, 2222035; 209526, 2222112; 209647, 2222157; 209695, 2222158; 209723, 2222210; 209793, 2222256; 209892, 2222262; 210029, 2222239; 210205, 2222289; 210267, 2222326; 210332, 2222479; 210486, 2222645; 210485, 2222700; 210505, 2222750; 210534, 2222771; 210592, 2222771; 210670, 2222819; 210675, 2222877; 210775, 2222984; 210911, 2223056; 210970, 2223132; 211117, 2223195; 211175, 2223273; return to starting point.

(ii) Excluding one area bounded by the following five points (<1 ha, <1 ac): Start at 211099, 2222496; 211109, 2222499; 211114, 2222499; 211118, 2222497; 211103, 2222479; return to starting point.

(iii) Note: Map 30 follows:

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(31) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—c (67 ha, 166 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 114 boundary points: Start at 214447, 2222623; 214480, 2222585; 214474, 2222534; 214441, 2222505; 214055, 2222500; 213775, 2222429; 213683, 2222443; 213605, 2222423; 213500, 2222421; 213445, 2222367; 213339, 2222356; 213251, 2222303; 213225, 2222268; 213112, 2222232; 213029, 2222167; 212905, 2222150; 212752, 2222091; 212654, 2222033; 212657, 2221930; 212627, 2221876; 212610, 2221781; 212532, 2221714; 212449, 2221692; 212403, 2221653; 212384, 2221545; 212341, 2221489; 212348, 2221423; 212328, 2221349; 212298, 2221305; 212213, 2221243; 212181, 2221177; 212126, 2221131; 212117, 2221072; 212086, 2221019; 212000, 2220995; 211970, 2220899; 211930, 2220851; 211934, 2220790; 211874, 2220666; 211868, 2220609; 211830, 2220572; 211804, 2220499; 211669, 2220360; 211517, 2220331; 211480, 2220298; 211424, 2220284; 211404, 2220203; 211334, 2220125; 211281, 2219976; 211155, 2219728; 211059, 2219692; 211026, 2219657; 210955, 2219623; 210865, 2219627; 210798, 2219584; 210675, 2219589; 210587, 2219571; 210551, 2219507; 210505, 2219505; 210465, 2219555; 210482, 2219632; 210532, 2219684; 210655, 2219709; 210771, 2219702; 210805, 2219739; 210843, 2219752; 210929, 2219741; 210992, 2219793; 211068, 2219818; 211172, 2220027; 211227, 2220180; 211295, 2220255; 211335, 2220366; 211461, 2220440; 211611, 2220468; 211703, 2220566; 211753, 2220665; 211761, 2220714; 211810, 2220794; 211811, 2220884; 211862, 2220954; 211895, 2221066; 211936, 2221107; 212003, 2221115; 212026, 2221204; 212080, 2221243; 212124, 2221326; 212220, 2221402; 212224, 2221522; 212274, 2221597; 212292, 2221705; 212388, 2221798; 212459, 2221812; 212503, 2221840; 212510, 2221905; 212540, 2221974; 212507, 2222024; 212501, 2222072; 212543, 2222144; 212583, 2222162; 212627, 2222158; 212872, 2222265; 212987, 2222280; 213048, 2222334; 213150, 2222369; 213305, 2222475; 213389, 2222475; 213467, 2222537; 213685, 2222564; 213761, 2222548; 214042, 2222616; 214157, 2222613; 214239, 2222618; 214319, 2222611; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 31 follows:

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(32) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—d (58 ha, 143 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 83 boundary points: Start at 214438, 2221820; 214413, 2221797; 214386, 2221680; 214341, 2221624; 214236, 2221577; 214192, 2221506; 214008, 2221412; 213919, 2221344; 213917, 2221296; 213890, 2221262; 213884, 2221222; 213758, 2221097; 213685, 2221055; 213605, 2221031; 213535, 2220982; 213480, 2220882; 213407, 2220820; 213384, 2220774; 213316, 2220740; 213178, 2220485; 213084, 2220393; 213022, 2220355; 212956, 2220257; 212808, 2220171; 212777, 2220117; 212741, 2220090; 212715, 2220056; 212695, 2219935; 212668, 2219888; 212516, 2219808; 212489, 2219754; 212288, 2219567; 212179, 2219502; 212052, 2219459; 211790, 2219103; 211552, 2218878; 211513, 2218800; 211486, 2218774; 211451, 2218791; 211424, 2218818; 211424, 2218878; 211459, 2218955; 211700, 2219183; 211969, 2219547; 212135, 2219614; 212226, 2219670; 212391, 2219825; 212443, 2219903; 212578, 2219968; 212603, 2220105; 212654, 2220177; 212688, 2220198; 212709, 2220249; 212787, 2220293; 212824, 2220334; 212873, 2220352; 212940, 2220443; 213005, 2220484; 213090, 2220567; 213108, 2220631; 213225, 2220827; 213293, 2220862; 213379, 2220952; 213439, 2221062; 213540, 2221136; 213683, 2221191; 213768, 2221286; 213838, 2221437; 213939, 2221510; 214108, 2221602; 214163, 2221673; 214261, 2221717; 214322, 2221877; 214479, 2221995; 214474, 2222036; 214504, 2222187; 214564, 2222248; 214601, 2222232; 214615, 2222160; 214609, 2222121; 214595, 2222026; 214602, 2221949; 214578, 2221912; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 32 follows:

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(33) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—e (96 ha, 238 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 99 boundary points: Start at 214237, 2221396; 214246, 2221433; 214279, 2221468; 214325, 2221468; 214358, 2221436; 214355, 2221358; 214318, 2221305; 214305, 2221223; 214287, 2221049; 214300, 2220991; 214278, 2220930; 214286, 2220881; 214313, 2220902; 214322, 2221047; 214365, 2221179; 214410, 2221218; 214476, 2221333; 214576, 2221408; 214591, 2221498; 214624, 2221541; 214679, 2221569; 214698, 2221646; 214740, 2221664; 214796, 2221627; 214793, 2221531; 214759, 2221478; 214700, 2221448; 214690, 2221357; 214573, 2221258; 214555, 2221210; 214474, 2221113; 214430, 2220938; 214431, 2220859; 214371, 2220793; 214339, 2220598; 214356, 2220538; 214326, 2220426; 214294, 2220372; 214236, 2220332; 214188, 2220269; 214118, 2220061; 214005, 2219871; 213995, 2219762; 213945, 2219600; 213933, 2219438; 213852, 2219367; 213784, 2219348; 213756, 2219241; 213719, 2219214; 213680, 2219137; 213551, 2219003; 213560, 2218908; 213486, 2218751; 213396, 2218673; 213327, 2218524; 213204, 2218429; 213145, 2218404; 213092, 2218406; 212882, 2218263; 212764, 2218230; 212684, 2218191; 212589, 2218244; 212485, 2218242; 212425, 2218262; 212420, 2218327; 212558, 2218345; 212607, 2218406; 212693, 2218421; 212709, 2218465; 212774, 2218551; 212890, 2218603; 212903, 2218650; 212889, 2218747; 212904, 2218803; 213028, 2218949; 213082, 2219133; 213196, 2219265; 213245, 2219371; 213290, 2219423; 213311, 2219514; 213517, 2219786; 213597, 2219831; 213729, 2219948; 213812, 2220057; 213922, 2220266; 213959, 2220297; 213979, 2220340; 214024, 2220366; 214050, 2220531; 214097, 2220597; 214097, 2220637; 214143, 2220749; 214139, 2220807; 214167, 2220862; 214158, 2220933; 214175, 2221002; 214166, 2221051; 214187, 2221243; 214206, 2221349; return to starting point.

(ii) Excluding two areas:

(A) Bounded by the following seven points (1 ha, 1 ac): Start at 214223, 2220569; 214237, 2220545; 214219, 2220515; 214216, 2220461; 214146, 2220412; 214161, 2220500; 214199, 2220523; return to starting point.

(B) Bounded by the following 42 points (38 ha, 94 ac): Start at 214049, 2220213; 214008, 2220110; 213892, 2219916; 213877, 2219786; 213826, 2219614; 213823, 2219491; 213696, 2219433; 213663, 2219365; 213649, 2219307; 213619, 2219275; 213591, 2219218; 213434, 2219056; 213440, 2218923; 213385, 2218816; 213302, 2218748; 213232, 2218602; 213126, 2218523; 213033, 2218514; 212998, 2218479; 212834, 2218368; 212794, 2218356; 212809, 2218402; 212825, 2218431; 212855, 2218461; 212888, 2218485; 212953, 2218499; 212996, 2218545; 213022, 2218636; 213007, 2218725; 213013, 2218754; 213131, 2218887; 213194, 2219087; 213261, 2219149; 213346, 2219306; 213394, 2219361; 213412, 2219449; 213602, 2219700; 213668, 2219734; 213820, 2219870; 213852, 2219933; 213913, 2219992; 214024, 2220195; return to starting point.

(iii) Note: Map 33 follows:

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(34) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—f (43 ha, 105 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 65 boundary points: Start at 215029, 2221141; 215078, 2221118; 215100, 2221081; 215105, 2221047; 215092, 2220971; 215106, 2220903; 215094, 2220834; 215046, 2220727; 215049, 2220676; 215102, 2220585; 215091, 2220525; 215103, 2220441; 215078, 2220357; 215072, 2220203; 215020, 2219976; 214978, 2219936; 214975, 2219872; 214947, 2219833; 214959, 2219766; 214941, 2219705; 214948, 2219637; 214883, 2219550; 214829, 2219519; 214843, 2219377; 214782, 2219151; 214741, 2219084; 214717, 2218965; 214700, 2218708; 214660, 2218467; 214650, 2218237; 214625, 2218082; 214553, 2217870; 214527, 2217739; 214511, 2217708; 214476, 2217702; 214431, 2217728; 214417, 2217776; 214449, 2217955; 214510, 2218118; 214530, 2218247; 214540, 2218479; 214581, 2218725; 214598, 2218985; 214627, 2219125; 214669, 2219193; 214725, 2219396; 214706, 2219465; 214712, 2219549; 214738, 2219603; 214819, 2219663; 214796, 2219730; 214835, 2219788; 214819, 2219871; 214858, 2219922; 214862, 2219981; 214908, 2220033; 214951, 2220206; 214958, 2220369; 214981, 2220452; 214979, 2220577; 214947, 2220626; 214924, 2220735; 214985, 2220898; 214972, 2220976; 214987, 2221070; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 34 follows:

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(35) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—g (37 ha, 92 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 58 boundary points: Start at 215603, 2220632; 215636, 2220594; 215638, 2220532; 215595, 2220313; 215594, 2220146; 215573, 2220086; 215557, 2219909; 215486, 2219693; 215509, 2219626; 215490, 2219443; 215514, 2219279; 215507, 2219212; 215525, 2219154; 215513, 2218965; 215487, 2218921; 215439, 2218935; 215421, 2218871; 215447, 2218842; 215441, 2218779; 215356, 2218664; 215275, 2218426; 215304, 2218286; 215233, 2218154; 215249, 2218060; 215206, 2217972; 215206, 2217897; 215158, 2217810; 215145, 2217560; 215094, 2217556; 215038, 2217584; 215038, 2217818; 215090, 2217932; 215089, 2218007; 215131, 2218085; 215109, 2218142; 215112, 2218184; 215185, 2218304; 215155, 2218404; 215160, 2218458; 215247, 2218714; 215328, 2218821; 215342, 2218926; 215394, 2219001; 215403, 2219144; 215387, 2219204; 215383, 2219387; 215367, 2219431; 215388, 2219616; 215365, 2219699; 215438, 2219924; 215431, 2219963; 215454, 2220022; 215453, 2220094; 215475, 2220163; 215474, 2220317; 215523, 2220516; 215533, 2220621; 215545, 2220669; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 35 follows:

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(36) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—h (51 ha, 127 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 89 boundary points: Start at 215734, 2220485; 215765, 2220497; 215804, 2220452; 215818, 2220397; 215784, 2220322; 215772, 2220245; 215817, 2220179; 215889, 2220150; 215937, 2220077; 215955, 2219923; 215999, 2219846; 216021, 2219758; 216009, 2219647; 216048, 2219449; 216024, 2219367; 216031, 2219325; 216010, 2219282; 216053, 2219305; 216094, 2219364; 216137, 2219519; 216139, 2219583; 216177, 2219682; 216178, 2219953; 216194, 2220018; 216223, 2220058; 216259, 2220059; 216289, 2220016; 216301, 2219987; 216298, 2219945; 216308, 2219773; 216295, 2219664; 216254, 2219549; 216260, 2219498; 216212, 2219335; 216179, 2219277; 216099, 2219197; 216052, 2219098; 215990, 2219041; 215937, 2219032; 215843, 2218966; 215826, 2218898; 215861, 2218819; 215873, 2218650; 215805, 2218472; 215755, 2218447; 215775, 2218360; 215691, 2218233; 215604, 2218175; 215561, 2218121; 215555, 2217915; 215490, 2217671; 215528, 2217566; 215517, 2217489; 215481, 2217456; 215448, 2217452; 215415, 2217471; 215399, 2217507; 215407, 2217557; 215371, 2217647; 215391, 2217794; 215436, 2217930; 215438, 2218124; 215486, 2218223; 215604, 2218316; 215641, 2218385; 215687, 2218427; 215688, 2218503; 215752, 2218652; 215738, 2218734; 215745, 2218785; 215706, 2218864; 215704, 2218932; 215753, 2219051; 215835, 2219097; 215867, 2219146; 215875, 2219268; 215910, 2219348; 215926, 2219453; 215888, 2219641; 215902, 2219734; 215881, 2219806; 215827, 2219895; 215830, 2220023; 215804, 2220057; 215765, 2220062; 215684, 2220120; 215664, 2220161; 215649, 2220293; 215707, 2220428; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 36 follows:

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(37) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—i (31 ha, 76 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 54 boundary points: Start at 216834, 2219498; 216868, 2219502; 216901, 2219476; 216916, 2219442; 216903, 2219353; 216759, 2219197; 216646, 2219111; 216624, 2219076; 216621, 2218932; 216675, 2218863; 216728, 2218712; 216725, 2218649; 216696, 2218569; 216704, 2218501; 216752, 2218421; 216755, 2218361; 216727, 2218309; 216657, 2218257; 216603, 2218151; 216551, 2218112; 216511, 2218060; 216492, 2217991; 216451, 2217967; 216352, 2217946; 216275, 2217799; 216194, 2217733; 216138, 2217593; 216168, 2217500; 216154, 2217339; 216130, 2217288; 216078, 2217289; 216046, 2217330; 216047, 2217501; 216017, 2217608; 216088, 2217792; 216177, 2217870; 216230, 2217941; 216264, 2218034; 216303, 2218058; 216396, 2218077; 216458, 2218191; 216514, 2218232; 216562, 2218330; 216635, 2218388; 216586, 2218499; 216576, 2218561; 216609, 2218685; 216581, 2218726; 216562, 2218818; 216503, 2218897; 216504, 2219112; 216559, 2219201; 216683, 2219290; 216791, 2219410; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 37 follows:

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(38) Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—j (33 ha, 81 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 45 boundary points: Start at 218342, 2218980; 218378, 2218973; 218407, 2218964; 218411, 2218929; 218400, 2218875; 218323, 2218752; 218189, 2218630; 218079, 2218566; 217956, 2218519; 217764, 2218345; 217745, 2218240; 217685, 2218167; 217657, 2218101; 217608, 2218068; 217537, 2217828; 217508, 2217776; 217518, 2217705; 217495, 2217636; 217530, 2217550; 217478, 2217497; 217416, 2217507; 217370, 2217634; 217398, 2217718; 217386, 2217786; 217509, 2218141; 217535, 2218373; 217570, 2218472; 217631, 2218518; 217662, 2218576; 217748, 2218779; 217756, 2218840; 217758, 2218986; 217738, 2219099; 217771, 2219108; 217806, 2219095; 217846, 2219075; 217869, 2218958; 217876, 2218841; 217861, 2218736; 217768, 2218520; 217898, 2218624; 218030, 2218675; 218152, 2218753; 218233, 2218832; 218305, 2218922; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 38 follows:

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(39) Hawaii 10—Argyroxiphium kauense—a (349 ha, 861 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 22 boundary points: Start at 196364, 2183671; 196588, 2183730; 197040, 2183678; 197248, 2183609; 197370, 2183522; 197891, 2183644; 198395, 2183678; 198917, 2183661; 199421, 2183574; 199838, 2183400; 200064, 2183261; 200498, 2183174; 200689, 2183053; 200869, 2183009; 200548, 2182197; 199189, 2182675; 199188, 2182675; 198920, 2182722; 197323, 2182971; 196589, 2183108; 196526, 2183207; 196397, 2183572; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 39 follows:

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(40) Hawaii 10—Bonamia menziesii—a (163 ha, 402 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 12 boundary points: Start at 194344, 2189312; 194345, 2189312; 195096, 2189814; 195763, 2190048; 196316, 2190285; 198038, 2190803; 198120, 2190635; 198240, 2190325; 197169, 2189897; 195603, 2189733; 194504, 2189243; 194375, 2189221; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 40 follows:

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(41) Hawaii 10—Colubrina oppositifolia—a (1,918 ha, 4,740 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 23 boundary points: Start at 194733, 2188289; 194501, 2189318; 195028, 2189765; 196242, 2190221; 199593, 2191274; 200077, 2191445; 199462, 2192171; 199079, 2192786; 199311, 2193260; 199926, 2193724; 200763, 2193240; 201809, 2192548; 202245, 2192040; 202231, 2191144; 202231, 2190040; 202215, 2189832; 202071, 2189709; 200959, 2189699; 199966, 2189369; 199139, 2189093; 197714, 2188688; 196629, 2188284; 195353, 2187919; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 41 follows:

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(42) Hawaii 10—Delissea undulata—a (92 ha, 227 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 50 boundary points: Start at 201717, 2188574; 201906, 2188644; 202144, 2188700; 202144, 2188602; 202284, 2188434; 202305, 2188399; 202452, 2188462; 202347, 2188728; 202326, 2188868; 202389, 2188952; 202459, 2189036; 202543, 2189120; 202683, 2189204; 202781, 2189288; 202922, 2189330; 203132, 2189365; 203279, 2189365; 203279, 2189260; 203454, 2189225; 203650, 2189113; 203776, 2188959; 203629, 2188868; 203419, 2189043; 203342, 2188910; 203258, 2188868; 203202, 2188945; 203272, 2189113; 203104, 2189120; 202886, 2189162; 202830, 2189099; 202865, 2189001; 202641, 2188966; 202711, 2188798; 202915, 2188742; 203041, 2188672; 203097, 2188602; 203041, 2188490; 202915, 2188497; 202901, 2188420; 202851, 2188322; 202627, 2188210; 202550, 2188280; 202382, 2188147; 202242, 2188070; 202095, 2188217; 201983, 2188231; 201913, 2188119; 201822, 2188224; 201850, 2188343; 201668, 2188553; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 42 follows:

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(43) Hawaii 10—Delissea undulata—b (379 ha, 938 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 46 boundary points: Start at 200358, 2186648; 200652, 2186613; 200897, 2186774; 201009, 2186431; 201114, 2186199; 201409, 2186389; 201640, 2186683; 201675, 2187187; 201738, 2187292; 201892, 2186998; 201913, 2186767; 201843, 2186571; 201780, 2186522; 201808, 2186312; 201913, 2186347; 201969, 2186227; 201899, 2186178; 201997, 2186038; 201934, 2185947; 201987, 2185871; 201923, 2185703; 201864, 2185800; 201794, 2185800; 201857, 2185569; 201871, 2185564; 200825, 2182788; 200596, 2182893; 200701, 2183146; 200785, 2183391; 200890, 2183440; 200841, 2183566; 200848, 2183755; 200806, 2183860; 200855, 2183958; 200862, 2184287; 200596, 2184708; 200596, 2184820; 200351, 2184974; 200316, 2185219; 200197, 2185261; 200183, 2185695; 200204, 2185919; 200092, 2186010; 200113, 2186199; 200169, 2186375; 200211, 2186634; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 43 follows:

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(44) Hawaii 10—Hibiscadelphus hualalaiensis—a (3,979 ha, 9,831 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 38 boundary points: Start at 195782, 2185368; 195522, 2186168; 195315, 2186796; 195326, 2187196; 195544, 2187388; 195469, 2188155; 195786, 2188492; 195432, 2189916; 199124, 2191069; 199983, 2191543; 199508, 2192106; 200761, 2193288; 201812, 2192545; 201404, 2191895; 203343, 2189879; 203681, 2189439; 203918, 2188866; 203785, 2188371; 203480, 2187932; 202574, 2187761; 202584, 2187526; 202456, 2187271; 201998, 2186930; 201572, 2187207; 200965, 2187345; 200731, 2186962; 200177, 2186557; 200011, 2185340; 199774, 2185089; 198932, 2185139; 198670, 2185243; 198391, 2185428; 198036, 2185330; 197566, 2185385; 197604, 2186079; 197221, 2186183; 197270, 2185549; 196319, 2185538; return to starting point.

(ii) Excluding one area bounded by the following 12 points (15 ha, 38 ac): Start at 202034, 2189562; 202141, 2189566; 202153, 2189649; 202308, 2189645; 202298, 2189564; 202339, 2189548; 202329, 2189219; 202193, 2189187; 202230, 2189088; 202042, 2189024; 202020, 2189151; 202024, 2189554; return to starting point.

(iii) Note: Map 44 follows:

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(45) Hawaii 10—Hibiscus brackenridgei—a (196 ha, 485 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following six boundary points: Start at 202687, 2192346; 203014, 2192842; 203739, 2192737; 204306, 2191983; 203553, 2190355; 203111, 2191829; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 45 follows:

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(46) Hawaii 10—Neraudia ovata—a (1,859 ha, 4,593 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 15 boundary points: Start at 194344, 2189314; 194343, 2189318; 194355, 2189326; 195020, 2189752; 195454, 2189938; 196227, 2190232; 199076, 2191106; 201428, 2191880; 202171, 2192469; 202165, 2191079; 202163, 2189814; 199428, 2188470; 195418, 2187770; 194855, 2187783; 194588, 2188581; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 46 follows:

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(47) Hawaii 10—Nothocestrum breviflorum—c (3,627 ha, 8,964 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 29 boundary points: Start at 194693, 2188269; 194383, 2189286; 195034, 2189776; 195460, 2189937; 196240, 2190194; 199103, 2191128; 199891, 2191533; 198991, 2192862; 199103, 2193492; 199824, 2193830; 199804, 2193770; 200696, 2193256; 201895, 2192456; 201355, 2191804; 201174, 2186424; 201586, 2185393; 199915, 2185040; 199838, 2185152; 198796, 2185246; 198417, 2185384; 197754, 2185341; 197538, 2185442; 197616, 2186073; 197228, 2186185; 197289, 2185505; 196333, 2185522; 196200, 2186785; 195323, 2187943; 194697, 2188256; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 47 follows:

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(48) Hawaii 10—Pleomele hawaiiensis—b (1,338 ha, 3,306 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 19 boundary points: Start at 199227, 2191119; 199931, 2191535; 199427, 2192287; 198994, 2192926; 199211, 2193518; 199835, 2193778; 201804, 2192540; 202800, 2192542; 203018, 2192863; 203684, 2192822; 203919, 2192569; 203588, 2192149; 202916, 2191296; 201823, 2189505; 200231, 2188809; 200012, 2188896; 199513, 2189670; 199023, 2190652; 199126, 2191046; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 48 follows:

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(49) Hawaii 10—Solanum incompletum—a (705 ha, 1,741 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 14 boundary points: Start at 200840, 2183071; 200105, 2183211; 198217, 2183674; 196354, 2183822; 195904, 2185079; 198074, 2185218; 198313, 2185355; 198524, 2185294; 198681, 2185062; 199717, 2185030; 199911, 2185024; 200028, 2184733; 200540, 2184657; 200956, 2183332; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 49 follows:

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(50) Hawaii 10—Zanthoxylum dipetalum ssp. tomentosum—a (1,685 ha, 4,164 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 30 boundary points: Start at 204490, 2186961; 204259, 2186791; 203663, 2186586; 203502, 2186552; 202908, 2186594; 202064, 2186341; 200938, 2186115; 200094, 2185862; 199277, 2185806; 198968, 2185581; 197898, 2185721; 197620, 2185755; 197630, 2186116; 197213, 2186192; 197260, 2185765; 197082, 2185778; 196970, 2185975; 196660, 2185975; 196294, 2185806; 196217, 2186760; 197251, 2187269; 197645, 2187579; 198321, 2187579; 199334, 2187860; 199503, 2187860; 200544, 2188451; 203129, 2189150; 203527, 2189491; 203802, 2189055; 203972, 2188619; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 50 follows:

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(51) Hawaii 11—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—a (92 ha, 227 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 11 boundary points: Start at 197174, 2177104; 196674, 2177566; 196458, 2177613; 196239, 2177751; 196187, 2178067; 195553, 2178701; 196028, 2179334; 196530, 2178147; 196637, 2177811; 197221, 2177377; 197278, 2177142; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 51 follows:

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(52) Hawaii 11—Solanum incompletum—b (57 ha, 141 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following seven boundary points: Start at 195939, 2179184; 196289, 2178679; 196513, 2178138; 196403, 2177670; 196252, 2177759; 196204, 2178081; 195581, 2178700; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 52 follows:

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(57) Hawaii 14—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—b (597 ha, 1,475 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 10 boundary points: Start at 207156, 2146304; 207134, 2146239; 206598, 2144681; 206598, 2143570; 204429, 2143915; 204728, 2144393; 204674, 2145490; 204674, 2145491; 204426, 2146629; 204425, 2146649; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 57 follows:

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(58) Hawaii 15—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—c (1,045 ha, 2,583 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following eight boundary points: Start at 205937, 2136720; 204747, 2133469; 204039, 2133547; 203420, 2133302; 203440, 2135670; 203670, 2137181; 203517, 2138526; 206149, 2138468; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 58 follows:

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(59) Hawaii 15—Cyanea stictophylla—a (685 ha, 1,693 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following five boundary points: Start at 202738, 2135888; 202669, 2138135; 206446, 2137807; 205568, 2136027; 203447, 2135810; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 59 follows:

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(60) Hawaii 16—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—d (186 ha, 459 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following four boundary points: Start at 203994, 2129916; 203715, 2131071; 205603, 2131073; 206118, 2130489; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 60 follows:

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(61) Hawaii 16—Cyanea stictophylla—b (327 ha, 809 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following five boundary points: Start at 206085, 2130525; 204548, 2130013; 202838, 2129682; 202649, 2131030; 205588, 2131077; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 61 follows:

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(62) Hawaii 17—Diellia erecta—a (329 ha, 814 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following nine boundary points: Start at 199021, 2121439; 198916, 2122019; 199049, 2122319; 199008, 2122707; 199063, 2122847; 199186, 2123092; 199520, 2123204; 201031, 2123446; 201505, 2122323; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 62 follows:

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(63) Hawaii 17—Flueggea neowawraea—a (327 ha, 807 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following eight boundary points: Start at 199031, 2121453; 198919, 2122094; 199007, 2122357; 198981, 2122641; 199188, 2123085; 199474, 2123194; 201018, 2123445; 201491, 2122325; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 63 follows:

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(64) Hawaii 18—Colubrina oppositifolia—b (2,717 ha, 6,713 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 15 boundary points: Start at 198394, 2113625; 198223, 2113930; 197796, 2114535; 197583, 2115280; 203752, 2119808; 203928, 2119514; 204315, 2119167; 205315, 2118433; 206212, 2117332; 206446, 2117067; 204284, 2114251; 203373, 2114863; 202434, 2114094; 201438, 2115531; 198636, 2113397; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 64 follows:

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(65) Hawaii 18—Diellia erecta—b (1,615 ha, 3,992 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 13 boundary points: Start at 202997, 2119281; 203310, 2119053; 204449, 2119707; 205626, 2118736; 205346, 2118306; 205626, 2117783; 205999, 2117970; 206709, 2117375; 204354, 2114272; 202588, 2115599; 202097, 2116400; 201568, 2117511; 201401, 2118078; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 65 follows:

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(66) Hawaii 18—Flueggea neowawraea—b (1,148 ha, 2,838 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following six boundary points: Start at 203129, 2119316; 204604, 2116730; 205505, 2115780; 204286, 2114193; 202146, 2115653; 200912, 2117708; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 66 follows:

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(67) Hawaii 18—Gouania vitifolia—a (1,785 ha, 4,412 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following five boundary points: Start at 204444, 2120239; 206850, 2117574; 204309, 2114257; 202399, 2115771; 201311, 2117954; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 67 follows:

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(68) Hawaii 18—Neraudia ovata—d (1,134 ha, 2,801 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 10 boundary points: Start at 201174, 2117843; 202959, 2119186; 204559, 2117309; 205954, 2116477; 204277, 2114280; 203399, 2114850; 202976, 2115309; 202698, 2115528; 202028, 2116090; 201532, 2117457; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 68 follows:

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(69) Hawaii 18—Pleomele hawaiiensis—c (1,997 ha, 4,934 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 14 boundary points: Start at 202966, 2119257; 204672, 2117280; 206034, 2116476; 204325, 2114252; 203522, 2114753; 203049, 2115266; 202477, 2115720; 201375, 2115486; 199227, 2113813; 199190, 2114100; 198653, 2114587; 198378, 2115149; 198141, 2115661; 201104, 2117894; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 69 follows:

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(70) Hawaii 19—Mariscus fauriei—a (127 ha, 313 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 14 boundary points: Start at 220519, 2105287; 220658, 2105408; 220821, 2105428; 221200, 2105198; 221467, 2104758; 221444, 2104588; 221445, 2104587; 221710, 2104303; 221694, 2104107; 221493, 2103896; 221254, 2103732; 221032, 2103615; 220535, 2104849; 220496, 2105093; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 70 follows:

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(71) Hawaii 20—Sesbania tomentosa—a (486 ha, 1,201 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following nine boundary points: Coast; 249798, 2124556; 248451, 2124193; 247078, 2126859; 247458, 2126835; 247811, 2127062; 248104, 2127469; 249187, 2126745; 249330, 2126069; 249701, 2125632.

(ii) Note: Map 71 follows:

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(72) Hawaii 21—Ischaemum byrone—a (206 ha, 510 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 16 boundary points: Start at 265058, 2131828; 265367, 2132139; 265624, 2132015; 265956, 2131806; 266250, 2131617; 266582, 2131721; 267180, 2131645; 267711, 2131370; 267789, 2131408; 267891, 2131332; 268138, 2131256; 268432, 2131114; 268755, 2131009; 269049, 2130962; 269248, 2130905; 269266, 2130849; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 72 follows:

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(73) Hawaii 22—Ischaemum byrone—b (159 ha, 393 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 11 boundary points: Coast; 284893, 2137276; 279221, 2134615; 279221, 2134615; 279175, 2134728; 280175, 2135157; 281315, 2136008; 282395, 2136841; 284061, 2137614; 284803, 2137355; 284850, 2137360; 284874, 2137349.

(ii) Note: Map 73 follows:

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(74) Hawaii 23—Pleomele hawaiiensis—d (8,943 ha, 22,097 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 33 boundary points: Start at 274892, 2136370; 270874, 2135790; 269174, 2134697; 267700, 2135019; 265425, 2135256; 264383, 2134214; 263150, 2133692; 260638, 2133740; 259217, 2134451; 257700, 2134309; 255757, 2132839; 253387, 2131465; 252487, 2129948; 251241, 2130960; 250795, 2131956; 251310, 2134361; 252547, 2134120; 253852, 2133261; 254607, 2135700; 255437, 2136482; 256222, 2136490; 256394, 2137383; 258592, 2138001; 261132, 2138090; 262576, 2137383; 263163, 2138161; 264146, 2138195; 268506, 2139617; 269645, 2139914; 270342, 2140091; 270763, 2139124; 272917, 2139676; 275306, 2138240; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 74 follows:

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(75) Hawaii 23—Sesbania tomentosa—b (803 ha, 1,984 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 27 boundary points: Start at 260007, 2138277; 260064, 2138614; 260288, 2138861; 260620, 2139007; 260945, 2138979; 261187, 2138985; 261288, 2138856; 261541, 2138867; 261945, 2138822; 262013, 2138945; 262440, 2138951; 262861, 2138592; 263063, 2138125; 262940, 2137446; 262614, 2136665; 262294, 2136266; 262007, 2135817; 261704, 2135564; 260951, 2135401; 260255, 2135424; 260176, 2135727; 260316, 2136075; 260361, 2136524; 260608, 2137002; 260580, 2137440; 260153, 2137906; 260058, 2138064; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 75 follows:

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(76) Hawaii 24—Argyroxiphium kauense—b (7,795 ha, 19,261 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 27 boundary points: Start at 241932, 2146263; 241417, 2145847; 239409, 2145112; 237401, 2142639; 235247, 2140949; 234781, 2139725; 232871, 2137399; 232161, 2136003; 230227, 2133432; 229223, 2132403; 227778, 2131032; 226357, 2130052; 225133, 2129685; 223541, 2127995; 223150, 2128461; 223394, 2129220; 224594, 2130542; 226039, 2132819; 227998, 2136174; 231377, 2140386; 234659, 2143741; 236177, 2145945; 238210, 2148467; 239997, 2149789; 241711, 2149544; 242495, 2148491; 242372, 2147341; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 76 follows:

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(77) Hawaii 24—Asplenium fragile var. insulare—a (907 ha, 2,241 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following six boundary points: Start at 239781, 2146615; 241003, 2145626; 238959, 2142183; 237893, 2141565; 237452, 2143181; 238209, 2145335; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 77 follows:

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(78) Hawaii 24—Cyanea stictophylla—c (584 ha, 1,443 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following nine boundary points: Start at 240250, 2141066; 241783, 2139920; 240835, 2137607; 238868, 2139097; 238947, 2139692; 239116, 2140248; 239332, 2140329; 239455, 2140496; 239602, 2140570; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 78 follows:

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(79) Hawaii 24—Melicope zahlbruckneri—a (434 ha, 1,072 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following four boundary points: Start at 238867, 2139105; 240894, 2140601; 241788, 2139910; 240819, 2137611; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 79 follows:

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(80) Hawaii 24—Phyllostegia velutina—a (2,466 ha, 6,093 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 18 boundary points: Start at 238962, 2141970; 242007, 2139925; 242207, 2139714; 242118, 2139436; 241893, 2139030; 241440, 2137533; 241162, 2137224; 240062, 2137024; 239123, 2134346; 237550, 2135268; 238350, 2137847; 235994, 2138947; 236552, 2140823; 237172, 2141003; 237594, 2141281; 237850, 2141570; 237828, 2142070; 238005, 2142204; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 80 follows:

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(81) Hawaii 24—Plantago hawaiensis—a (1,348 ha, 3,330 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 14 boundary points: Start at 239891, 2150141; 240843, 2150153; 241675, 2149824; 242668, 2149348; 241709, 2148593; 240533, 2148496; 240027, 2147666; 238765, 2146944; 238485, 2145606; 237676, 2145240; 237021, 2144491; 235459, 2145119; 237410, 2147869; 238480, 2148664; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 81 follows:

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(82) Hawaii 25—Argyroxiphium kauense—c (2,006 ha, 4,957 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 13 boundary points: Start at 250289, 2157327; 251003, 2156578; 251595, 2155516; 250654, 2154088; 249731, 2153374; 248704, 2153565; 247907, 2154271; 246893, 2155307; 245987, 2156978; 246353, 2158267; 247468, 2159347; 248478, 2158877; 249279, 2158302; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 82 follows:

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(83) Hawaii 25—Plantago hawaiensis—b (1,522 ha, 3,762 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 35 boundary points: Start at 250884, 2156394; 250042, 2154844; 249371, 2154454; 247769, 2154222; 246915, 2154794; 245791, 2156465; 245586, 2156984; 245636, 2157360; 245710, 2157517; 245929, 2157517; 246442, 2157846; 247040, 2157529; 247235, 2157212; 247369, 2156711; 247784, 2156175; 248224, 2155589; 248639, 2155406; 248980, 2155320; 249005, 2155564; 249285, 2156187; 248773, 2156528; 248358, 2157090; 247967, 2157383; 248175, 2157737; 247528, 2157895; 246991, 2158164; 246649, 2158418; 246674, 2158444; 246320, 2159164; 246527, 2159640; 246918, 2159860; 247369, 2159775; 247723, 2159701; 248761, 2158530; 249786, 2157944; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 83 follows:

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(84) Hawaii 25—Silene hawaiiensis—a (854 ha, 2,110 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 20 boundary points: Start at 249605, 2154443; 249282, 2155670; 249489, 2156083; 248205, 2157211; 248257, 2157694; 248587, 2158073; 249179, 2158214; 249790, 2157993; 250127, 2157482; 250559, 2157202; 251403, 2156390; 252371, 2155266; 251701, 2154870; 251902, 2154637; 252099, 2154017; 252071, 2153773; 251517, 2154149; 251301, 2154449; 250993, 2154406; 250728, 2154562; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 84 follows:

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(85) Hawaii 26—Hibiscadelphus giffardianus—a (149 ha, 367 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 18 boundary points: Start at 256349, 2151035; 256516, 2151138; 256717, 2151196; 257064, 2151279; 257624, 2151506; 257795, 2151400; 258009, 2151416; 258048, 2151718; 258777, 2152045; 258966, 2151770; 259051, 2151582; 258433, 2150898; 258430, 2150898; 257945, 2150909; 257790, 2150915; 257034, 2150898; 256769, 2150857; 256333, 2150857; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 85 follows:

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(86) Hawaii 26—Melicope zahlbruckneri—b (495 ha, 1,224 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following seven boundary points: Start at 259520, 2152124; 258420, 2150913; 257324, 2150755; 256781, 2150023; 255379, 2150583; 257220, 2152206; 259198, 2152680; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 86 follows:

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(87) Hawaii 27—Portulaca sclerocarpa—a (4,390 ha, 10,848 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following nine boundary points: Start at 263596, 2140748; 262234, 2140517; 258055, 2142041; 254269, 2144742; 255668, 2145679; 257593, 2146289; 260387, 2146659; 262395, 2147120; 265212, 2144650; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 87 follows:

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(88) Hawaii 27—Silene hawaiiensis—b (1,942 ha, 4,798 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 28 boundary points: Start at 261207, 2150002; 262152, 2149529; 262966, 2148732; 262640, 2147357; 261953, 2146398; 261102, 2146308; 260976, 2145910; 260541, 2145204; 261048, 2144534; 260596, 2144100; 260125, 2144299; 259890, 2144552; 259220, 2144335; 258515, 2144335; 257845, 2144263; 256922, 2144462; 256560, 2145059; 256506, 2145801; 256886, 2145710; 257239, 2146201; 257501, 2146344; 258279, 2147086; 258496, 2147337; 258877, 2147212; 258949, 2147864; 259637, 2148117; 260035, 2148895; 260704, 2149800; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 88 follows:

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(89) Hawaii 28—Adenophorus periens—a (2,733 ha, 6,754 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 11 boundary points: Start at 279712, 2148510; 276648, 2146439; 271250, 2147346; 271140, 2147797; 271319, 2148257; 271361, 2149267; 271770, 2149568; 276751, 2150845; 277839, 2151215; 279362, 2150061; 279952, 2149315; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 89 follows:

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(90) Hawaii 29—Clermontia peleana—c (6,845 ha, 16,914 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 29 boundary points: Start at 256704, 2173629; 258341, 2177012; 260142, 2179904; 261881, 2182923; 262993, 2182963; 264053, 2182050; 265872, 2181759; 266999, 2181195; 267018, 2180286; 266781, 2179777; 266454, 2179686; 265993, 2179903; 265443, 2179855; 264701, 2179425; 264030, 2179281; 263288, 2179209; 262953, 2178826; 262905, 2178084; 262761, 2177461; 262498, 2176480; 261708, 2175450; 262666, 2174828; 264380, 2174192; 265235, 2173756; 265744, 2172137; 265944, 2171082; 261670, 2170827; 257377, 2170773; 257013, 2171646; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 90 follows:

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(91) Hawaii 29—Cyanea platyphylla—b (1,524 ha, 3,767 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 15 boundary points: Start at 270137, 2179182; 270117, 2178705; 269049, 2178426; 266707, 2178218; 265505, 2178550; 264852, 2179669; 264237, 2180565; 263774, 2181296; 263878, 2181980; 264821, 2183016; 265256, 2183296; 265629, 2183151; 267567, 2181379; 266904, 2179742; 269567, 2179503; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 91 follows:

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(92) Hawaii 29—Cyrtandra giffardii—b (938 ha, 2,319 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 28 boundary points: Start at 262416, 2181378; 262234, 2181545; 262682, 2181990; 263440, 2181695; 263960, 2182446; 264133, 2182822; 263843, 2183142; 264177, 2183241; 264755, 2182952; 264784, 2183472; 265594, 2183524; 267656, 2181395; 267302, 2180559; 267067, 2180712; 266763, 2180438; 266546, 2180496; 266214, 2180553; 265752, 2180423; 265275, 2180683; 264856, 2180640; 264596, 2180553; 264191, 2180611; 264018, 2180727; 263642, 2180727; 263367, 2181102; 263122, 2181334; 262891, 2181536; 262486, 2181377; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 92 follows:

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(93) Hawaii 29—Cyrtandra tintinnabula—b (378 ha, 934 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following eight boundary points: Start at 267234, 2180396; 266451, 2180468; 263662, 2181160; 263032, 2181914; 263831, 2182224; 264610, 2181934; 265290, 2181716; 267462, 2181056; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 93 follows:

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(94) Hawaii 30—Argyroxiphium kauense—d (4,281 ha, 10,578 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 35 boundary points: Start at 251376, 2166456; 250829, 2167375; 250254, 2169847; 250992, 2170628; 251020, 2172877; 251769, 2174236; 252605, 2174758; 254398, 2174497; 255008, 2173313; 255513, 2172668; 255879, 2171502; 255879, 2170492; 255339, 2169604; 255451, 2168509; 256441, 2167275; 256753, 2166610; 256810, 2165770; 256453, 2164780; 255495, 2163352; 255306, 2163361; 254541, 2164098; 254498, 2164137; 254481, 2164182; 254455, 2164255; 254449, 2164271; 254374, 2164589; 254004, 2165599; 253287, 2167525; 253238, 2167661; 253194, 2167785; 253194, 2167786; 253193, 2167786; 253192, 2167786; 253191, 2167786; 253146, 2167752; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 94 follows:

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(95) Hawaii 30—Clermontia lindseyana—c (1,634 ha, 4,037 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 13 boundary points: Start at 254584, 2164181; 253305, 2167650; 254302, 2168554; 256320, 2167251; 256487, 2165898; 257687, 2164037; 257302, 2163331; 258133, 2162854; 258725, 2162386; 258756, 2162085; 257655, 2161172; 256263, 2162480; 255102, 2163686; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 95 follows:

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(96) Hawaii 30—Cyanea shipmanii—b (62 ha, 152 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 17 boundary points: Start at 250385, 2172716; 250588, 2172812; 250726, 2172919; 250993, 2173015; 251162, 2173040; 251356, 2172692; 251292, 2172620; 251217, 2172460; 251121, 2172321; 251014, 2172236; 250918, 2172140; 250790, 2172086; 250673, 2172161; 250545, 2172300; 250385, 2172332; 250300, 2172449; 250310, 2172535; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 96 follows:

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(97) Hawaii 30—Cyanea shipmanii—c (825 ha, 2,038 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 17 boundary points: Start at 254374, 2164589; 254004, 2165599; 253236, 2167756; 253128, 2168010; 254193, 2168432; 254246, 2168296; 254470, 2167400; 254649, 2167176; 255481, 2167289; 256666, 2167013; 256799, 2166728; 257113, 2166101; 257113, 2164936; 256396, 2164757; 255321, 2165116; 254559, 2165295; 254649, 2164623; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 97 follows:

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(98) Hawaii 30—Cyanea stictophylla—d (623 ha, 1,539 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 27 boundary points: Start at 254498, 2164341; 254727, 2164444; 255743, 2164078; 255868, 2163816; 256222, 2164021; 256656, 2163576; 257560, 2163785; 257352, 2163331; 258066, 2162902; 257844, 2161395; 257900, 2161317; 259249, 2160573; 260356, 2159979; 259695, 2159517; 259319, 2159380; 258898, 2159773; 258849, 2159861; 258810, 2159929; 258784, 2159981; 258755, 2160036; 258715, 2160077; 258688, 2160104; 258437, 2160584; 258243, 2160676; 258167, 2160673; 256128, 2162630; 254574, 2164116; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 98 follows:

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(99) Hawaii 30—Cyrtandra giffardii—c (3,872 ha, 9,567 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 28 boundary points: Start at 266492, 2165136; 267184, 2165097; 267638, 2165195; 269069, 2162612; 268669, 2161281; 267615, 2161161; 266924, 2160825; 266490, 2159798; 265048, 2159265; 264495, 2159127; 264001, 2158357; 263902, 2157567; 264357, 2155927; 263981, 2154960; 263634, 2154426; 262793, 2155728; 262477, 2156217; 261337, 2155564; 260360, 2157263; 260584, 2159423; 260367, 2160114; 260734, 2160659; 263088, 2160361; 264090, 2162500; 264176, 2162638; 264221, 2162790; 264951, 2164464; 265860, 2164445; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 99 follows:

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(100) Hawaii 30—Phyllostegia racemosa—c (267 ha, 659 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 10 boundary points: Start at 255001, 2163655; 256020, 2163968; 257634, 2163912; 257384, 2163319; 257871, 2163010; 257756, 2162804; 256542, 2162680; 256379, 2162447; 256238, 2162463; 256081, 2162615; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 100 follows:

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(101) Hawaii 30—Phyllostegia velutina—b (1,180 ha, 2,916 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 25 boundary points: Start at 255001, 2163655; 256020, 2163968; 257556, 2163812; 257342, 2163356; 258145, 2162834; 258761, 2162325; 259766, 2162727; 259792, 2162339; 260155, 2161636; 260142, 2160687; 260553, 2160880; 260676, 2160624; 260669, 2159628; 260010, 2158695; 259835, 2158111; 258895, 2159775; 258845, 2159864; 258808, 2159929; 258780, 2159981; 258748, 2160040; 258707, 2160080; 258644, 2160142; 258562, 2160221; 258544, 2160239; 256081, 2162615; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 101 follows:

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(102) Hawaii 30—Plantago hawaiensis—c (1,219 ha, 3,012 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 13 boundary points: Start at 254476, 2168522; 254473, 2168510; 254874, 2167383; 256572, 2166997; 257174, 2165685; 257971, 2164620; 258044, 2164337; 257576, 2163925; 256125, 2164018; 255434, 2163788; 255099, 2163685; 254488, 2164250; 253207, 2168032; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 102 follows:

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(103) Hawaii 30—Sicyos alba—a (6,266 ha, 15,483 ac)

(i) Unit consists of the following 18 boundary points: Start at 266388, 2165221; 267132, 2165147; 267709, 2165277; 267412, 2162783; 268417, 2161049; 269013, 2157105; 267821, 2155262; 264606, 2153076; 262507, 2156298; 261492, 2155783; 259208, 2160114; 260710, 2160549; 263148, 2160288; 264210, 2162671; 264954, 2164570; 265289, 2164477; 265811, 2164588; 266183, 2164886; return to starting point.

(ii) Note: Map 103 follows:

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(104) Table of Protected Species Within Each Critical Habitat Unit for the Island of Hawaii

Unit name Species occupied Species unoccupied
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—aAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—bAchyranthes mutica
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—cAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—dAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—eAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—fAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—gAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—hAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—iAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—jAchyranthes mutica.
Hawaii 28—Adenophorus periens—aAdenophorus periens
Hawaii 10—Argyroxiphium kauense—aArgyroxiphium kauense.
Hawaii 24—Argyroxiphium kauense—bArgyroxiphium kauense
Hawaii 25—Argyroxiphium kauense—cArgyroxiphium kauense
Hawaii 30—Argyroxiphium kauense—dArgyroxiphium kauense
Hawaii 24—Asplenium fragile var. insulare—aAsplenium fragile var. insulare
Hawaii 10—Bonamia menziesii—aBonamia menziesii.
Hawaii 8—Clermontia drepanomorpha—aClermontia drepanomorpha
Hawaii 1—Clermontia lindseyana—aClermontia lindseyana
Hawaii 2—Clermontia lindseyana—bClermontia lindseyana
Hawaii 30—Clermontia lindseyana—cClermontia lindseyana
Hawaii 1—Clermontia peleana—aClermontia peleana
Hawaii 3—Clermontia peleana—bClermontia peleana
Hawaii 29—Clermontia peleana—cClermontia peleana
Hawaii 1—Clermontia pyrularia—aClermontia pyrularia.
Hawaii 2—Clermontia pyrularia—bClermontia pyrularia
Hawaii 10—Colubrina oppositifolia—aColubrina oppositifolia
Hawaii 18—Colubrina oppositifolia—bColubrina oppositifolia
Hawaii 11—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—aCyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii
Hawaii 14—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—bCyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii.
Hawaii 15—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—cCyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii.
Hawaii 16—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—dCyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii
Hawaii 3—Cyanea platyphylla—aCyanea platyphylla
Hawaii 29—Cyanea platyphylla—bCyanea platyphylla
Hawaii 1—Cyanea shipmanii—aCyanea shipmanii
Hawaii 30—Cyanea shipmanii—bCyanea shipmanii
Hawaii 30—Cyanea shipmanii—cCyanea shipmanii.
Hawaii 15—Cyanea stictophylla—aCyanea stictophylla
Hawaii 16—Cyanea stictophylla—bCyanea stictophylla
Hawaii 24—Cyanea stictophylla—cCyanea stictophylla.
Hawaii 30—Cyanea stictophylla—dCyanea stictophylla.
Hawaii 3—Cyrtandra giffardii—aCyrtandra giffardii
Hawaii 29—Cyrtandra giffardii—bCyrtandra giffardii.
Hawaii 30—Cyrtandra giffardii—cCyrtandra giffardii
Hawaii 3—Cyrtandra tintinnabula—aCyrtandra tintinnabula
Hawaii 29—Cyrtandra tintinnabula—bCyrtandra tintinnabula.
Hawaii 10—Delissea undulata—aDelissea undulata.
Hawaii 10—Delissea undulata—bDelissea undulata
Hawaii 17—Diellia erecta—aDiellia erecta
Hawaii 18—Diellia erecta—bDiellia erecta
Hawaii 17—Flueggea neowawraea—aFlueggea neowawraea
Hawaii 18—Flueggea neowawraea—bFlueggea neowawraea
Hawaii 18—Gouania vitifolia—aGouania vitifolia
Hawaii 26—Hibiscadelphus giffardianus—aHibiscadelphus giffardianus
Hawaii 10—Hibiscadelphus hualalaiensis—aHibiscadelphus hualalaiensis
Hawaii 10—Hibiscus brackenridgei—aHibiscus brackenridgei
Hawaii 21—Ischaemum byrone—aIschaemum byrone.
Hawaii 22—Ischaemum byrone—bIschaemum byrone
Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—aIsodendrion hosakae.
Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—bIsodendrion hosakae.
Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—cIsodendrion hosakae.
Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—dIsodendrion hosakae.
Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—eIsodendrion hosakae.
Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—fIsodendrion hosakae
Hawaii 19—Mariscus fauriei—aMariscus fauriei
Hawaii 24—Melicope zahlbruckneri—aMelicope zahlbruckneri.
Hawaii 26—Melicope zahlbruckneri—bMelicope zahlbruckneri
Hawaii 10—Neraudia ovata—aNeraudia ovata.
Hawaii 18—Neraudia ovata—dNeraudia ovata
Hawaii 5—Nothocestrum breviflorum—aNothocestrum breviflorum.
Hawaii 6—Nothocestrum breviflorum—bNothocestrum breviflorum
Hawaii 10—Nothocestrum breviflorum—cNothocestrum breviflorum
Hawaii 1—Phyllostegia racemosa—aPhyllostegia racemosa
Hawaii 2—Phyllostegia racemosa—bPhyllostegia racemosa
Hawaii 30—Phyllostegia racemosa—cPhyllostegia racemosa.
Hawaii 24—Phyllostegia velutina—aPhyllostegia velutina
Hawaii 30—Phyllostegia velutina—bPhyllostegia velutina
Hawaii 3—Phyllostegia warshaueri—aPhyllostegia warshaueri
Hawaii 8—Phyllostegia warshaueri—bPhyllostegia warshaueri
Hawaii 24—Plantago hawaiensis—aPlantago hawaiensis
Hawaii 25—Plantago hawaiensis—bPlantago hawaiensis
Hawaii 30—Plantago hawaiensis—cPlantago hawaiensis
Hawaii 7—Pleomele hawaiiensis—aPleomele hawaiiensis
Hawaii 10—Pleomele hawaiiensis—bPleomele hawaiiensis
Hawaii 18—Pleomele hawaiiensis—cPleomele hawaiiensis
Hawaii 23—Pleomele hawaiiensis—dPleomele hawaiiensis
Hawaii 27—Portulaca sclerocarpa—aPortulaca sclerocarpa
Hawaii 20—Sesbania tomentosa—aSesbania tomentosa
Hawaii 23—Sesbania tomentosa—bSesbania tomentosa
Hawaii 30—Sicyos alba—aSicyos alba
Hawaii 25—Silene hawaiiensis—aSilene hawaiiensis
Hawaii 27—Silene hawaiiensis—bSilene hawaiiensis
Hawaii 10—Solanum incompletum—aSolanum incompletum.
Hawaii 11—Solanum incompletum—bSolanum incompletum.
Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—aVigna o-wahuensis.
Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—bVigna o-wahuensis.
Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—cVigna o-wahuensis.
Hawaii 10—Zanthoxylum dipetalum ssp. tomentosum—aZanthoxylum dipetalum ssp. tomentosum

(105) Critical habitat unit descriptions and maps, and a description of primary constituent elements, for Family Malvaceae: Kokia drynariodes on the island of Hawaii is provided in 50 CFR 17.96(a).

(l) Plants on the island of Hawaii; Constituent elements—(1) Flowering plants.

Family Amaranthaceae: Achyranthes mutica (NCN)

Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—a, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—b, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—c, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—d, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—e, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—f, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—g, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—h, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—i, Hawaii 9—Achyranthes mutica—j, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Achyranthes mutica on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Acacia koaia lowland dry forest, primarily in gulches but also in remnant stands of forest, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Dodonaea viscosa, Erythrina sandwicensis, Metrosideros polymorpha, Myoporum sandwicense, Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Nestegis sandwicensis, Santalum ellipticum, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 646 and 1,509 m (2,120 and 4,949 ft).

Family Asteraceae: Argyroxiphium kauense (Mauna Loa silversword)

Hawaii 10—Argyroxiphium kauense—a, Hawaii 24—Argyroxiphium kauense—b, Hawaii 25—Argyroxiphium kauense—c, and Hawaii 30—Argyroxiphium kauense—d, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Argyroxiphium kauense on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Moist, open forest; subalpine mesic shrubland; bogs; and weathered, old pahoehoe (smooth) or aa (rough) lava with well-developed pockets of soil, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Asplenium peruvianum var. insulare, Carex alligata, Carex sp., Coprosma ernodeoides, Coprosma montana, Deschampsia nubigena, Dodonaea viscosa, Dubautia ciliolata, Gahnia gahniiformis, Geranium cuneatum, Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Metrosideros polymorpha, Plantago hawaiensis, Rhynchospora chinensis, Silene hawaiiensis, or Vaccinium reticulatum; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,583 and 2,246 m (5,193 and 8,024 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Clermontia drepanomorpha (oha wai)

Hawaii 8—Clermontia drepanomorpha—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Clermontia drepanomorpha on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha, Cheirodendron trigynum, and Cibotium glaucum dominated montane wet forests, containing one or more of the following native plant species: Astelia menziesiana, Carex alligata, Coprosma sp., Cyanea pilosa, Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Melicope clusiifolia, and Rubus hawaiiensis, or sphagnum moss; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,106 and 1,676 m (3,627 and 5,459 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Clermontia lindseyana (oha wai)

Hawaii 1—Clermontia lindseyana—a, Hawaii 2—Clermontia lindseyana—b, and Hawaii 30—Clermontia lindseyana—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Clermontia lindseyana on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Slightly open forest cover in wet and mesic Metrosideros polymorpha-Acacia koa forest, M. polymorpha forest, and mixed montane mesic M. polymorpha-Acacia koa forest and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Athyrium sp., Cheirodendron trigynum, Coprosma sp., Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Peperomia sp., or Rubus hawaiiensis; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,495 and 1,953 m (4,906 and 6,407 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Clermontia peleana (oha wai)

Hawaii 1—Clermontia peleana—a, Hawaii 3—Clermontia peleana—b, and Hawaii 29—Clermontia peleana—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Clermontia peleana on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Montane, wet Metrosideros-Cibotium forest containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Cheirodendron trigynum, Cibotium chamissoi, Cibotium menziesii, Clermontia hawaiiensis, Coprosma pubens, Cyrtandra platyphylla, Ilex anomala, or Sadleria spp.; and

(ii) Elevations between 663 and 1,622 m (2,175 and 5,321 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Clermontia pyrularia (oha wai)

Hawaii 1—Clermontia pyrularia—a and Hawaii 2—Clermontia pyrularia—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Clermontia pyrularia on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Wet and mesic montane forest dominated by Acacia koa or Metrosideros polymorpha, and subalpine dry forest dominated by M. polymorpha, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Coprosma sp., Dryopteris wallichiana, Hedyotis sp., or Rubus hawaiensis; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,652 and 2,026 m (5,416 to 6,646 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii (haha)

Hawaii 11—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—a, Hawaii 14—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—b, Hawaii 15—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—c, and Hawaii 16—Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii—d, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Mesic montane forest dominated by Acacia koa or Metrosideros polymorpha, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Athyrium sp., Cibotium spp., Clermontia clermontioides, Coprosma sp., Dryopteris sp., Hedyotis sp., Ilex anomala, Myoporum sandwicense, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,366 and 1,755 m (4,482 and 5,759 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Cyanea platyphylla (haha)

Hawaii 3—Cyanea platyphylla—a and Hawaii 29—Cyanea platyphylla—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea platyphylla on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha-Acacia koa lowland and montane wet forests, containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Antidesma platyphyllum, Cibotium sp., Clermontia spp., Coprosma sp., Cyrtandra spp., Hedyotis sp., Perrottetia sandwicensis, Psychotria hawaiiensis, or Scaevola spp.; and

(ii) Elevations between 615 and 1,082 m (2,017 and 3,551 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Cyanea shipmanii (haha)

Hawaii 1—Cyanea shipmanii—a, Hawaii 30—Cyanea shipmanii—b, and Hawaii 30—Cyanea shipmanii—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea shipmanii on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Montane mesic forest dominated by Acacia koa-Metrosideros polymorpha and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Cheirodendron trigynum, Ilex anomala, or Myrsine lessertiana; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,629 and 2,025 m (5,345 and 6,645 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Cyanea stictophylla (haha)

Hawaii 15—Cyanea stictophylla—a, Hawaii 16—Cyanea stictophylla—b, Hawaii 24—Cyanea stictophylla—c, and Hawaii 30—Cyanea stictophylla—d, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyanea stictophylla on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Acacia koa or wet Metrosideros polymorpha forests, containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Cibotium sp., Melicope spp., or Urera glabra; and

(ii) Between elevations of 1,056 and 1,917 m (3,466 and 6,288 ft).

Family Campanulaceae: Delissea undulata (NCN)

Hawaii 10—Delissea undulata—a and Hawaii 10—Delissea undulata—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Delissea undulata on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Dry cinder cones and open Metrosideros polymorpha and Sophora chrysophylla forest, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Acacia koa, Diospyros sandwicensis, Dodonaea viscosa, Nothocestrum breviflorum, Psychotria spp., Santalum paniculatum, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 893 to 1,734 m (2,928 to 5,690 ft).

Family Caryophyllaceae: Silene hawaiiensis (NCN)

Hawaii 25—Silene hawaiiensis—a and Hawaii 27—Silene hawaiiensis—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Silene hawaiiensis on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Weathered lava or variously aged lava flows and cinder substrates in montane and subalpine dry shrubland containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Dodonaea viscosa, Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Metrosideros polymorpha, Rumex giganteus, Sophora chrysophylla, or Vaccinium reticulatum; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,022 and 2,413 m (3,352 and 7,915 ft).

Family Convolvulaceae: Bonamia menziesii (NCN)

Hawaii 10—Bonamia menziesii—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Bonamia menziesii on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Dry forest, containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Argemone glauca, Canavalia hawaiiensis, Chenopodium oahuense, Diospyros sandwicensis, Dodonaea viscosa, Erythrina sandwicensis, Metrosideros polymorpha, Myrsine lanaiensis, Nototrichium sandwicense, Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Peperomia blanda var. floribunda, Pouteria sandwicensis, Psilotum nudum, Santalum paniculatum, Sapindus saponaria, Senna gaudichaudii, Sida fallax, Sophora chrysophylla, or Xylosma hawaiiense; and

(ii) Elevations between 492 and 697 m (1,614 and 2,285 ft).

Family Cucurbitaceae: Sicyos alba (anunu)

Hawaii 30—Sicyos alba—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Sicyos alba on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha-Cibotium glaucum dominated montane wet forests, containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Astelia menziesiana, Athyrium microphyllum and other ferns, Broussaisia arguta, Cheirodendron trigynum, Coprosma sp., Cyanea tritomantha, Cyrtandra lysiosepala, Perrottetia sandwicensis, Platydesma spathulata, Pritchardia beccariana, Psychotria sp., or Stenogyne sp.; and

(ii) Elevations between 966 and 1,546 m (3,170 and 5,072 ft).

Family Cyperaceae: Mariscus fauriei (NCN)

Hawaii 19—Mariscus fauriei—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Mariscus fauriei on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Diospyros sandwicensis-Metrosideros polymorpha-Sapindus saponaria dominated lowland dry forests, often on a lava substrate, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Myoporum sandwicense, Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Peperomia blanda var. floribunda, Psydrax odorata, Rauvolfia sandwicensis, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 278 and 342 m (913 and 1,123 ft).

Family Euphorbiaceae: Flueggea neowawraea (mehamehame)

Hawaii 17—Flueggea neowawraea—a and Hawaii 18—Flueggea neowawraea—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Flueggea neowawraea on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Mesic Metrosideros polymorpha forest, containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Antidesma platyphyllum, Antidesma pulvinatum, Diospyros sandwicensis, Nephrolepis spp., Nestegis sandwicensis, Pipturus albidus, Pisonia spp., Pittosporum hosmeri, Psychotria hawaiiensis, or Psydrax odorata; and

(ii) Elevations between 499 and 818 m (1,637 and 2,684 ft).

Family Fabaceae: Sesbania tomentosa (ohai)

Hawaii 20—Sesbania tomentosa—a and Hawaii 23—Sesbania tomentosa—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Sesbania tomentosa on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Open, dry Metrosideros polymorpha forest with mixed native grasses, Scaevola taccada coastal dry shrubland on windswept slopes, and weathered basaltic slopes, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Dodonaea viscosa, Fimbristylis hawaiiensis, Ipomoea pes-caprae, Jacquemontia ovalifolia ssp. sandwicensis, Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Melanthera integrifolia, Myoporum sandwicense, Sida fallax, Sporobolus virginicus, or Waltheria indica; and

(ii) Elevations between sea level and 922 m (0 and 3,025 ft).

Family Fabaceae: Vigna o-wahuensis (NCN)

Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—a, Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—b, and Hawaii 4—Vigna o-wahuensis—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Vigna o-wahuensis on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Dodonaea viscosa lowland dry shrubland, containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Chenopodium oahuense, Dodonaea viscosa, Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Sida fallax, or Wikstroemia sp.; and

(ii) Elevations between 717 and 993 m (2,352 and 3,259 ft).

Family Gesneriaceae: Cyrtandra giffardii (haiwale)

Hawaii 3—Cyrtandra giffardii—a, Hawaii 29—Cyrtandra giffardii—b, and Hawaii 30—Cyrtandra giffardii—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra giffardii on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Wet montane forest dominated by Cibotium sp. or Metrosideros polymorpha, and Metrosideros polymorpha-Acacia koa lowland wet forests, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Astelia menziesiana, Diplazium sandwichianum, Hedyotis terminalis, Perrottetia sandwicensis, or other species of Cyrtandra; and

(ii) Between elevations of 654 and 1,440 m (2,146 and 4,723 ft).

Family Gesneriaceae: Cyrtandra tintinnabula (haiwale)

Hawaii 3—Cyrtandra tintinnabula—a and Hawaii 29—Cyrtandra tintinnabula—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Cyrtandra tintinnabula on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Lowland wet forest dominated by dense Acacia koa, Metrosideros polymorpha, and Cibotium spp. and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Cyrtandra spp. or Hedyotis spp.; and

(ii) Between elevations 641 and 1,391 m (2,102 and 4,565 ft).

Family Lamiaceae: Phyllostegia racemosa (kiponapona)

Hawaii 1—Phyllostegia racemosa—a, Hawaii 2—Phyllostegia racemosa—b, and Hawaii 30—Phyllostegia racemosa—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Phyllostegia racemosa on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Tree trunks in Acacia koa, Metrosideros polymorpha, and Cibotium sp. dominated montane mesic or wet forests and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Dryopteris wallichiana, Rubus hawaiiensis, or Vaccinium calycinum; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,371 and 1,935 m (4,498 and 6,349 ft).

Family Lamiaceae: Phyllostegia velutina (NCN)

Hawaii 24—Phyllostegia velutina—a and Hawaii 30—Phyllostegia velutina—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Phyllostegia velutina on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha-Acacia koa dominated montane mesic and wet forests containing one or more of the following native plant species: Athyrium microphyllum and other native wet forest terrestrial ferns, Cheirodendron trigynum, Cibotium spp., Coprosma sp., Dryopteris wallichiana, Ilex anomala, Myrsine lessertiana, Pipturus albidus, Rubus hawaiiensis, or Vaccinium calycinum; and

(ii) Elevations between 966 and 1,881 m (3,168 and 6,170 ft).

Family Lamiaceae: Phyllostegia warshaueri (NCN)

Hawaii 3—Phyllostegia warshaueri—a and Hawaii 8—Phyllostegia warshaueri—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Phyllostegia warshaueri on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha and Cibotium montane and lowland wet forest, in which Acacia koa or Cheirodendron trigynum may co-dominate, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Antidesma platyphyllum, Athyrium sandwicensis, Broussaisia arguta, Clermontia parviflora, Coprosma sp., Cyanea pilosa, Cyanea spp., Hedyotis sp., Machaerina angustifolia, Pipturus albidus, Psychotria hawaiiensis, or Sadleria pallida; and

(ii) Elevations between 681 and 1,411 m (2,234 and 4,629 ft).

Family Liliaceae: Pleomele hawaiiensis (hala pepe)

Hawaii 7—Pleomele hawaiiensis—a, Hawaii 10—Pleomele hawaiiensis—b, Hawaii 18—Pleomele hawaiiensis—c, and Hawaii 23—Pleomele hawaiiensis—d, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Pleomele hawaiiensis on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Open aa lava in diverse lowland dry forests and Metrosideros-Diospyros lowland dry forest, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Bidens micrantha ssp. ctenophylla, Bobea timonioides, Caesalpinia kavaiensis, Cocculus trilobus, Colubrina oppositifolia, Diospyros sandwicensis, Dodonaea viscosa, Erythrina sandwicensis, Kokia drynarioides, Metrosideros polymorpha, Myoporum sandwicense, Neraudia ovata, Nestegis sandwicensis, Nothocestrum breviflorum, Nototrichium sandwicense, Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Psydrax odorata, Reynoldsia sandwicensis, Santalum paniculatum, Sida fallax, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 86 and 892 m (281 and 2,925 ft).

Family Malvaceae: Hibiscadelphus giffardianus (hau kuahiwi)

Hawaii 26—Hibiscadelphus giffardianus—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Hibiscadelphus giffardianus on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Mixed montane mesic forest containing one or more of the following native plant species: Acacia koa, Coprosma rhynchocarpa, Dodonaea viscosa, Melicope spp., Metrosideros polymorpha, Myoporum sandwicense, Nestegis sandwicensis, Pipturus albidus, Psychotria sp., or Sapindus saponaria; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,193 and 1,274 m (3,914 and 4,181 ft).

Family Malvaceae: Hibiscadelphus hualalaiensis (hau kuahiwi)

Hawaii 10—Hibiscadelphus hualalaiensis—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Hibiscadelphus hualalaiensis on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Dry-mesic to dry Metrosideros forest on rocky substrate in deep soils and containing one or more of the following native plant species: Acacia koa, Coprosma rhynchocarpa, Dodonaea viscosa, Melicope spp., Metrosideros polymorpha, Myoporum sandwicense, Nestegis sandwicensis, Pipturus albidus, Psychotria sp., or Sapindus saponaria; and

(ii) Between elevations 512 and 1,223 m (1,679 and 4,012 ft).

Family Malvaceae: Hibiscus brackenridgei (mao hau hele)

Hawaii 10—Hibiscus brackenridgei—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Hibiscus brackenridgei on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Acacia koa lowland mesic forest containing one or more of the following native plants species: Reynoldsia sandwicensis or Sida fallax; and

(ii) Elevations between 649 and 847 (2,130 and 2,779 ft).

Family Plantaginaceae: Plantago hawaiensis (laukahi kuahiwi)

Hawaii 24—Plantago hawaiensis—a, Hawaii 25—Plantago hawaiensis—b, and Hawaii 30—Plantago hawaiensis—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Plantago hawaiensis on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Montane wet sedge land (often in damp cracks of pahoehoe lava) with mixed sedges and grasses, montane mesic forest, dry subalpine woodland, or Metrosideros polymorpha and native shrub, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Acacia koa, Coprosma ernodeoides, Coprosma montana, Dodonaea viscosa, Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Metrosideros polymorpha, or Vaccinium reticulatum; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,584 and 2,513 m (5,198 and 8,243 ft).

Family Poaceae: Ischaemum byrone (Hilo ischaemum)

Hawaii 21—Ischaemum byrone—a and Hawaii 22—Ischaemum byrone—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Ischaemum byrone on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Coastal wet to dry shrubland, near the ocean, rocks or pahoehoe lava in cracks and holes, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Fimbristylis cymosa, or Scaevola taccada; and

(ii) Elevations between sea level and 28 m (0 and 91 ft).

Family Portulacaceae: Portulaca sclerocarpa (poe)

Hawaii 27—Portulaca sclerocarpa—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Portulaca sclerocarpa on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Weathered Mauna Kea soils, cinder cones, or geologically young lavas, in montane dry shrubland, often on bare cinder, near steam vents, or in open Metrosideros polymorpha dominated woodlands, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Dodonaea viscosa, Melanthera venosa, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 941 and 1,634 m (3,087 to 5,360 ft).

Family Rhamnaceae: Colubrina oppositifolia (kauila)

Hawaii 10—Colubrina oppositifolia—a and Hawaii 18—Colubrina oppositifolia—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Colubrina oppositifolia on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Lowland dry and mesic forests dominated by Diospyros sandwicensis or Metrosideros polymorpha and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Bobea timonioides, Erythrina sandwicensis, Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Nestegis sandwicensis, Nothocestrum breviflorum, Nototrichium sandwicense, Peperomia sp., Pleomele hawaiiensis, Psydrax odorata, Rauvolfia sandwicensis, Reynoldsia sandwicensis, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 177 and 927 m (580 and 3,042 ft).

Family Rhamnaceae: Gouania vitifolia (NCN)

Hawaii 18—Gouania vitifolia—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Gouania vitifolia on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Dry, rocky ridges and slopes in dry shrubland or dry to mesic Nestegis-Metrosideros forests on old substrate kipuka and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Nephrolepis spp., Nestegis sandwicensis, Pipturus albidus, Wikstroemia phillyreifolia, or W. sandwicensis; and

(ii) Elevations between 536 and 1,020 m (1,757 and 3,346 ft).

Family Rubiaceae: Melicope zahlbruckneri (alani)

Hawaii 24—Melicope zahlbruckneri—a and Hawaii 26—Melicope zahlbruckneri—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Melicope zahlbruckneri on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Acacia koa-Metrosideros polymorpha dominated montane mesic forest containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Coprosma rhynchocarpa, Melicope spp., Myoporum sandwicense, Nestegis sandwicensis, Pipturus albidus, Pisonia brunoniana, Psychotria hawaiiensis, Sapindus saponaria, or Zanthoxylum dipetalum; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,060 and 1,336 m (3,476 and 4,383 ft).

Family Rutaceae: Zanthoxylum dipetalum var. tomentosum (ae)

Hawaii 10—Zanthoxylum dipetalum ssp. tomentosum—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Zanthoxylum dipetalum var. tomentosum on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha dominated montane mesic forest, often on aa lava, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Diospyros sandwicensis, Myrsine sp., Pouteria sandwicensis, Psychotria sp., Reynoldsia sandwicensis, Santalum paniculatum, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 874 and 1,208 m (2,867 and 3,964 ft).

Family Solanaceae: Nothocestrum breviflorum (aiea)

Hawaii 5—Nothocestrum breviflorum—a, Hawaii 6—Nothocestrum breviflorum—b, and Hawaii 10—Nothocestrum breviflorum—c, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Nothocestrum breviflorum on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Lowland dry forest, montane dry forest, or montane mesic forest dominated by Acacia koa, Diospyros sandwicensis, or Metrosideros polymorpha on aa lava substrates, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Bidens micrantha ssp. ctenophylla, Caesalpinia kavaiensis, Colubrina oppositifolia, Delissea undulata, Dodonaea viscosa, Erythrina sandwicensis, Hibiscadelphus hualalaiensis, Kokia drynarioides, Myoporum sandwicense, Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Psydrax odorata, Reynoldsia sandwicensis, Santalum ellipticum, Santalum paniculatum, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 45 and 1,236 m (146 and 4,055 ft).

Family Solanaceae: Solanum incompletum (popolo ku mai)

Hawaii 10—Solanum incompletum—a and Hawaii 11—Solanum incompletum—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Solanum incompletum on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Dry to mesic forest, diverse mesic forest, or subalpine forest, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Myoporum sandwicense, Myrsine lanaiensis, or Sophora chrysophylla; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,185 and 2,169 m (3,887 and 7,115 ft).

Family Urticaceae: Neraudia ovata (NCN)

Hawaii 10—Neraudia ovata—a and Hawaii 18—Neraudia ovata—d, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Neraudia ovata on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Open Metrosideros polymorpha-Sophora chrysophylla dominated lowlands, montane dry forests, or Metrosideros-shrub woodland, and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Bidens micrantha ssp. ctenophylla, Capparis sandwichiana, Cocculus orbiculatus, Fimbristylis hawaiiensis, Myoporum sandwicense, Myrsine lanaiensis, Myrsine lessertiana, Nothocestrum breviflorum, Pleomele hawaiiensis, or Reynoldsia sandwicensis; and

(ii) Elevations between 28 and 1,526 m (93 to 5,005 ft).

Family Violaceae: Isodendrion hosakae (aupaka)

Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—a, Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—b, Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—c, Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—d, Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—e, and Hawaii 4—Isodendrion hosakae—f, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Isodendrion hosakae on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Cinder cones with montane dry shrubland and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Bidens menziesii, Dodonaea viscosa, Dubautia linearis, Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Melanthera venosa, Osteomeles anthyllidifolia, Santalum ellipticum, Sophora chrysophylla, or Wikstroemia pulcherrima; and

(ii) Elevations between 717 and 1,242 m (2,352 and 4,074 ft).

Family Violaceae: Isodendrion pyrifolium (wahine noho kula)

Hawaii 12—Isodendrion pyrifolium—a and Hawaii 13—Isodendrion pyrifolium—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Isodendrion pyrifolium on Hawaii. Within these unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Lowland dry forests containing one or more of the following native plant species: Myoporum sandwicense, Psydrax odorata, Sida fallax, Sophora chrysophylla, or Waltheria indica; and

(ii) Elevations between 29 and 128 m (94 and 420 ft).

(2) Ferns and allies.

Family Aspleniaceae: Asplenium fragile var. insulare (NCN)

Hawaii 24—Asplenium fragile var. insulare—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Asplenium fragile var. insulare on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha dry montane forest; Dodonaea viscosa dry montane shrubland; Myoporum sandwicense-Sophora chrysophylla dry montane forest; Metrosideros polymorpha-Acacia koa forest; or subalpine dry forest and shrubland with large, moist lava tubes (3.05 to 4.6 m (10 to 15 ft) in diameter), pits, deep cracks, and lava tree molds that have at least a moderate soil or ash accumulation or that are at the interface between younger aa lava flows and much older pahoehoe lava or ash deposits with a fairly consistent microhabitat (areas that are moist and dark); and containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Leptecophylla tameiameiae, Phyllostegia ambigua, Vaccinium reticulatum, mosses, or liverworts; and

(ii) Elevations between 1,313 and 2,194 m (4,306 and 7,198 ft).

Family Aspleniaceae: Diellia erecta (asplenium-leaved diellia)

Hawaii 17—Diellia erecta—a and Hawaii 18—Diellia erecta—b, identified in the legal descriptions in paragraph (k) of this section, constitute critical habitat for Diellia erecta on Hawaii. Within these units, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include, but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Metrosideros polymorpha-Nestegis sandwicensis lowland mesic forest containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Antidesma platyphyllum, A. pulvinatum, Diospyros sandwicensis, Microlepia sp., Nephrolepis spp. Nestegis sandwicensis, Psydrax odorata, Wikstroemia phillyreifolia, or Wikstroemia sandwicensis; and

(ii) Elevations between 510 and 981 m (1,672 and 3,217 ft).

Family Grammitidaceae: Adenophorus periens (pendent kihi fern)

Hawaii 28—Adenophorus periens—a, identified in the legal description in paragraph (k) of this section, constitutes critical habitat for Adenophorus periens on Hawaii. Within this unit, the currently known primary constituent elements of critical habitat include but are not limited to, the habitat components provided by:

(i) Epiphytic on Metrosideros polymorpha or Ilex anomala, or possibly other native tree trunks, in Metrosideros polymorpha-Cibotium glaucum lowland wet forest containing one or more of the following associated native plant species: Broussasia arguta, Cheirodendron trigynum, Cyanea sp., Cyrtandra sp., Dicranopteris linearis, Freycinetia arborea, Hedyotis terminalis, Labordia hirtella, Machaerina angustifolia, Psychotria hawaiiensis, or Psychotria sp.; and

(ii) Elevations between 675 and 921 m (2,215 and 3,021 ft).

[68 FR 9241, Feb. 27, 2003, as amended at 68 FR 13055, Mar. 18, 2003; 68 FR 26038, May 14, 2003; 68 FR 28072, May 22, 2003; 68 FR 36080, June 17, 2003; 68 FR 39704, July 2, 2003; 77 FR 57767, Sept. 18, 2012]

Subpart J—Manatee Protection Areas

Source: 44 FR 60964, Oct. 22, 1979, unless otherwise noted.

§17.100   Purpose.

This subpart provides a means for establishing manatee protection areas without waters under the jurisdiction of the United States, including coastal waters adjacent to and inland waters within the several States, within which certain waterborne activities will be restricted or prohibited for the purpose of preventing the taking of manatees.

§17.101   Scope.

This subpart applies to the West Indian manatee (Trichechus manatus), also known as the Florida manatee and as the sea cow. The provisions of this subpart are in addition to, and not in lieu of, other regulations contained in this chapter I which may require a permit or prescribe additional restrictions on the importation, exportation, transportation, or taking of wildlife, and the regulations contained in title 33, CFR, which regulate the use of navigable waters.

§17.102   Definitions.

In addition to definitions contained in the Acts, part 10 of this subchapter, and §17.3 of this part, and unless the context otherwise requires, in this subpart:

Acts means the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (87 Stat. 884, 16 U.S.C. 1531-1543) and the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, as amended (86 Stat. 1027, 16 U.S.C. 1361-1407);

Authorized officer means any commissioned, warrant, or petty officer of the U.S. Coast Guard, or any officer or agent designated by the Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Commerce, or the Secretary of the Treasury, or any officer designated by the head of a Federal or State agency which has entered into an agreement with the Secretary of the Interior, Secretary of Commerce, Secretary of the Treasury, or Secretary of Transportation to enforce the Acts, or any Coast Guard personnel accompanying and acting under the direction of a person included above in this definition;

Idle speed is defined as the minimum speed needed to maintain steerage (direction) of the vessel;

Manatee protection area means a manatee refuge or a manatee sanctuary;

Manatee refuge means an area in which the Director has determined that certain waterborne activity would result in the taking of one or more manatees, or that certain waterborne activity must be restricted to prevent the taking of one or more manatees, including but not limited to a taking by harassment;

Manatee sanctuary means an area in which the Director has determined that any waterborne activity would result in a taking of one or more manatees, including but not limited to a taking by harassment;

Planing means riding on or near the water's surface as a result of the hydrodynamic forces on a water vehicle's hull, sponsons, foils, or other surfaces. A water vehicle is considered on plane when it is being operated at or above the speed necessary to keep the vessel planing;

Slow speed is defined as the speed at which a water vehicle proceeds when it is fully off plane and completely settled in the water. Due to the different speeds at which water vehicles of different sizes and configurations may travel while in compliance with this definition, no specific speed is assigned to slow speed. A water vehicle is not proceeding at slow speed if it is: on a plane; in the process of coming up on or coming off of plane; or creating an excessive wake. A water vehicle is proceeding at slow speed if it is fully off plane and completely settled in the water, not creating an excessive wake;

Slow speed (channel exempt) means that the slow-speed designation does not apply to those waters within the maintained, marked channel;

Slow speed (channel included) means that the slow-speed designation applies both within and outside the designated channel;

Wake means all changes in the vertical height of the water's surface caused by the passage of a water vehicle, including a vessel's bow wave, stern wave, and propeller wash, or a combination thereof;

Waterborne activity includes, but is not limited to, swimming, diving (including skin and scuba diving), snorkeling, water skiing, surfing, fishing, the use of water vehicles, and dredging and filling operations;

Water vehicle, watercraft, and vessel include, but are not limited to, boats (whether powered by engine, wind, or other means), ships (whether powered by engine, wind, or other means), barges, surfboards, personal watercraft, water skis, or any other device or mechanism the primary or an incidental purpose of which is locomotion on, or across, or underneath the surface of the water.

[44 FR 60964, Oct. 22, 1979, as amended at 67 FR 693, Jan. 7, 2002]

§17.103   Establishment of protection areas.

The Director may, by regulation issued in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 553 and 43 CFR part 14, establish manatee protection areas whenever there is substantial evidence showing such establishment is necessary to prevent the taking of one or more manatees. Any regulation establishing a manatee protection area shall state the following information:

(a) Whether the area is to be a manatee sanctuary or refuge.

(1) If the area is to be a manatee sanctuary, the regulation shall state that all waterborne activities are prohibited.

(2) If the area is to be a manatee refuge, the regulation shall state which, if any, waterborne activities are prohibited, and it shall state the applicable restrictions, if any, on permitted waterborne activities.

(b) A description of the area sufficient enough so that its location and dimensions can be readily ascertained without resort to means other than published maps, natural or man-made physical reference points, and posted signs.

(c) Whether the designation is to remain in effect year-round, and if not, the time of year it is to remain in effect.

§17.104   Prohibitions.

Except as provided in §17.105,

(a) Manatee sanctuary. It is unlawful for any person to engage in any waterborne activity within a manatee sanctuary.

(b) Manatee refuge. It is unlawful for any person within a particular manatee refuge to engage in any waterborne activity which has been specifically prohibited within that refuge, or to engage in any waterborne activity in a manner contrary to that permitted by regulation within that area. Any take of manatees under the Acts (see §18.3 of this chapter for a definition of “take” in regard to marine mammals), including take by harassment, is prohibited wherever it may occur.

(c) State law. It is unlawful for any person to engage in any waterborne activity prohibited by, or to engage in any waterborne activity in a manner contrary to that permitted by, any State law or regulation the primary purpose of which is the protection of manatees: Provided: that such State law or regulation has been issued as part of a program which is determined to be in accordance with the Endangered Species Act of 1973, pursuant to section 6(c) of that Act (16 U.S.C. 1535(c)) or has been approved as consistent with the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 in accordance with section 109 of that Act (16 U.S.C. 1379) and 50 CFR 18.53.1

1Editorial Note: Section 18.53 was removed at 48 FR 22456, May 18, 1983. See the note at part 18, subpart F.

[44 FR 60964, Oct. 22, 1979, as amended at 77 FR 15631, Mar. 16, 2012]

§17.105   Permits and exceptions.

(a) The Director may issue permits allowing the permittee to engage in any activity otherwise prohibited by this subpart. Such permits shall be issued in accordance with the provisions of §17.22 of this part. Such permits shall be issued only for scientific purposes or for the enhancement of propagation or survival. All of the provisions of §17.22 shall apply to the issuance of such permits, including those provisions which incorporate other sections by reference. Compliance with this paragraph does not by itself constitute compliance with any applicable requirements of part 18.

(b) Any authorized officer may engage in any activity otherwise prohibited by this subpart if:

(1) The officer is acting in the performance of his or her official duties; and

(2) The activity is being conducted to directly protect any manatees, to enhance the propagation or survival of manatees, or is reasonably required to enforce the other provisions of this subpart.

(c) Any person may engage in any activity otherwise prohibited by this subpart if such activity is reasonably necessary to prevent the loss of life or property due to weather conditions or other reasonably unforeseen circumstances, or to render necessary assistance to persons or property.

(d) Any waterborne activity which would otherwise be prohibited by this subpart may be engaged in if it is conducted by or under a contract with a Federal agency and if the Secretary of Defense, in accordance with section 7(j) of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1536(j)) makes a finding that such activity is necessary for reasons of national security. Such a finding must be made prior to the beginning of the activity or the designation of the protection area, whichever occurs later; except that in the case of an emergency establishment of a protection area under §17.106, the finding must be made within 10 days after the beginning of the activity or the designation of the protection area, whichever occurs later.

§17.106   Emergency establishment of protection areas.

(a) The Director may establish a manatee protection area under the provisions of paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section at any time he determines there is substantial evidence that there is imminent danger of a taking of one or more manatees, and that such establishment is necessary to prevent such a taking.

(b) The establishment of a manatee protection area under this section shall become effective immediately upon completion of the following requirements:

(1) Publication of a notice containing the information required by §17.103 of this section in a newspaper of general circulation in each county, if any, in which the protection area lies; and

(2) Posting of the protection area with signs clearly marking its boundaries.

(c) Simultaneously with the publication required by paragraph (b) of this section, the Director shall publish the same notice in the Federal Register. If simultaneous publication is impractical, because of the time involved or the nature of a particular emergency situation, failure to publish notice in the Federal Register simultaneously shall not delay the effective date of the emergency establishment. In such a case, notice shall be published in the Federal Register as soon as possible.

(d) No emergency establishment of a protection area shall be effective for more than 120 days. Termination of an emergency establishment of a protection area shall be accomplished by publishing notice of the termination in the Federal Register and in a newspaper of general circulation in each county, if any, in which the protection area lies.

(e) Within 10 days after establishing a protection area in accordance with this section, the Director shall commence proceedings to establish the area in accordance with §17.103.

§17.107   Facilitating enforcement.

Water vehicles operating in manatee sanctuary or refuge waters are subject to boarding and inspection for the purpose of enforcing the Acts and these regulations.

(a) The operator of a water vehicle shall immediately comply with instructions issued by authorized officers to facilitate boarding and inspection of the water vehicle.

(b) Upon being approached by an authorized officer, the operator of a water vehicle shall be alert for signals conveying enforcement instructions.

(c) A water vehicle signaled for boarding shall:

(1) Guard channel 16, VHF-FM, if equipped with a VHF-FM radio;

(2) Stop immediately and lay to or maneuver in such a manner as to facilitate boarding by the authorized officer and his or her party;

(3) When necessary to facilitate the boarding, provide a safe ladder, manrope, safety line and illumination of the ladder; and

(4) Take such other actions as may be necessary to ensure the safety of the authorized officer and his or her party and to facilitate the boarding and inspection.

(d) It is unlawful for any person to assault, resist, oppose, impede, intimidate, or interfere with any authorized officer or member of his or her party.

§17.108   List of designated manatee protection areas.

(a) Manatee sanctuaries. The following areas are designated as manatee sanctuaries. All waterborne activities are prohibited in these areas during the period November 15-March 31 of each year. The areas which will be posted are described as follows:

(1) That part of Kings Bay, Crystal River, Citrus County, within T. 18 S., R. 17 E., Tallahassee Meridian; located in SW 14 fractional section 28, more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at Corner 1 (N-1,653,459/E-308,915) Florida Coordinate System, West Zone, a point on the shoreline of Kings Bay near the southwest corner of Lot 9 as accepted on a plat by the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, dated January 10, 1928; thence easterly, along said shoreline, approximately 1240 feet to Corner 2 (N-1,653,762/E/309,641) a point; thence S. 56°5811 W., across open water, 776.49 feet to Corner 3 (N-1,653,339/E-308,990) a point; thence N. 32°0307 W., across open water, 142.26 feet to the point of beginning, containing 3.41 acres, more or less, to be known as the Banana Island Sanctuary.

(2) That part of Kings Bay, Crystal River, Citrus County, Florida, within T. 18 S., R. 17 E., Tallahassee Meridian; located in SW 14 fractional section 28, more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at Corner 1 (N-1,652,684/E-309,396) Florida Coordinate System, West Zone, a point on the shoreline of Kings Bay, said point being the northwest corner of Lot 31 Sunset Shores Addition to Woodward Park (Plat Book 2, page 140 Citrus County Property Appraiser's Office); thence N. 35°0533 W., across open water, 439.10 feet to Corner 2 (N-1,653,043/E-309,144) a point; thence N. 67°2328 E., across open water, 873.45 feet to Corner 3, a point on the shoreline of Kings Bay said point also being a corner in the northerly boundary line of Lot 21 in said subdivision; thence southwesterly along said shoreline and the northerly boundary of Lots 21-31, including a canal, approximately 920 feet to the point of beginning, containing 5.62 acres, more or less, to be known as the Sunset Shores Sanctuary.

(3) A tract of submerged land, lying in Sections 21 and 28, Township 18 South, Range 17 East in Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: All of the submerged land lying within the mean high water line of a canal bordering the western, northern, and eastern sides of Paradise Isle Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 88 of the Public Records of Citrus County, Florida; bounded at the western exit by a line drawn between the southwestern corner of Lot 7 of said Paradise Isle Subdivision and the southeastern corner of Lot 22 of Springs O'Paradise Subdivision, Unit No. 3, as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 70 of said Public Records; and bounded at the eastern exit by an easterly extension of the south boundary of said Paradise Isle Subdivision; Containing 3.4 acres, more or less, to be known as the Magnolia Springs Manatee Sanctuary.

(4) A tract of submerged land, lying in Sections 28 and 29, Township 18 South, Range 17 East in Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the southwest corner of said Section 28; Then go N 06°0123 W for 4466.90 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument marking the Point of Beginning; Then go N 10°0538 W for 477.32 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go N 37°3441 E for 651.07 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go S 73°2646 E for 634.10 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go S 17°5016 E for 1691.53 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go S 71°4858 W for 117.87 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then continue S 71°4858 W for 5 feet more or less to the mean high water line of Buzzard Island; Then follow said mean high water line northerly and westerly to a point lying S 10°0538 E of the point of beginning; Then go N 10°0538 W for 5 feet more or less to the point of beginning; Containing 18.0 acres, more or less, to be known as the Buzzard Island Manatee Sanctuary.

(5) A tract of submerged land, lying in Section 28, Township 18 South, Range 17 East in Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the southwest corner of said Section 28; Then go N 28°5506 E for 2546.59 feet to a 4-inch diameter iron pipe marking the Point of Beginning; Then go N 44°2341 W for 282.45 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go N 33°5316 E for 764.07 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go S 31°5155 E for 333.22 feet to a 4-inch diameter iron pipe; Then continue S 31°5155 E for 5 feet more or less to the mean high water line of Banana Island; Then go westerly along said main high water line to a point lying S 44°2341 E from the point of beginning; Then go N 44°2341 W for 5 feet more or less to the point of beginning; Containing 4.6 acres, more or less, to be known as the Tarpon Springs Manatee Sanctuary.

(6) A tract of submerged land, lying in Section 28, Township 18 South, Range 17 East in Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the southwest corner of said Section 28; Then go N 06°4300 E for 1477.54 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument marking the Point of Beginning; Then go N 06°2459 W for 251.66 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go N 65°4112 E for 637.83 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument with an attached buoy; Then go S 55°4052 E for 272.86 feet to a 10-inch diameter concrete monument; Then continue S 65°1506 W for 857.22 feet to the point of beginning; Containing 4.0 acres, more or less, to be known as the Warden Key Manatee Sanctuary.

(7) A tract of submerged land, lying in Section 28, Township 18 South, Range 17 East, Tallahassee Meridian, Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the southwest corner of said Section 28 (N-1651797.56 E-463846.96) Florida Coordinate System, West Zone, NAD 1983, N.G.S. adjustment of 1990 (expressed in U.S. survey feet); thence N. 40°0847 E., 5551.65 feet (5551.57 feet grid distance) to an aluminum monument stamped “PSM 3341 1998” (N1656009.01 E-467449.35) marking the Point of Beginning; thence N. 77°0649 E., 71.84 feet to an aluminum monument stamped “PSM3341 1998” (N-1656025.04, N-467519.38); thence S. 04°3709 W., 29.88 feet to an aluminum monument stamped “PSM 3341 1998” (N-1655995.26 E-467516.98); thence N. 78°2957 W., 69.01 feet to the point of beginning; to be known as the Three Sisters Spring Sanctuary.

Note: Map for paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(7) follows:

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(8) That part of the Homosassa River, Homosassa, Citrus County, Florida, within Section 28, Township 19 South, Range 17 East, described as the headwaters of the Homosassa River (adjacent to the Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park), including the spring run at the point where the run enters the northeast fork of the river along the southeastern shore and an area opposite this site along the southern shoreline; containing approximately 0.67 ha (1.66 acres). Map follows (see Blue Waters Manatee Sanctuary):

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(9) That part of Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida, within Sections 16 and 21, Township 30 South, Range 17 East, described as the warm-water outflow of the Bartow Electric Generating Plant located on the northern shore of Weedon Island, encircling that point where the discharge enters receiving waters along the western shore of Old Tampa Bay; to be known as the Bartow Electric Generating Plant Manatee Sanctuary, containing approximately 12.07 ha (29.82 acres). Map follows (see Bartow Electric Generating Plant Manatee Sanctuary):

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(10) That part of Tampa Bay, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, within Sections 10 and 15, Township 31 South, Range 19 East, described as the waters in and around the warm-water outflow of the Tampa Electric Company Big Bend Electric Generating Station located west of Jackson Branch and including the Big Bend area of eastern Tampa Bay, to be known as the Tampa Electric Company Big Bend Manatee Sanctuary, containing approximately 12.08 ha (29.85 acres). Map follows (See TECO Big Bend Manatee Sanctuary):

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(11) That part of Tampa Bay, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, lying within Section 4, Township 30 South, Range 19 East, described as the warm-water outflow of the Tampa Electric Company Gannon Electric Generating Station, to be known as the Port Sutton Manatee Sanctuary, containing approximately 1.1 ha (2.7 acres). Map follows (see Port Sutton Manatee Sanctuary):

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(b) Exceptions. (1) Adjoining property owners, their guests, employees, and their designees (including but not limited to contractors and lessees) may engage in watercraft access and property maintenance activities through manatee sanctuaries (set forth in paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(11) of this section) and designated “no-entry areas” in the Kings Bay Manatee Refuge (set forth in paragraph (c)(14) of this section). Use of sanctuary and no-entry area waters is restricted to authorized individuals accessing adjoining properties, storing watercraft, and maintaining property and waterways. Maintenance activities include those actions necessary to maintain property and waterways, subject to any Federal, State, and local government permitting requirements.

(2) Authorized individuals must obtain a sticker or letter of authorization from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service identifying them as individuals authorized to enter no-entry areas that adjoin their property. Stickers must be placed in a conspicuous location to readily identify authorized watercraft. Individuals with a letter of authorization must have a valid letter in their possession when accessing no-entry areas.

(3) Authorized individuals must conduct any authorized boating activity within these areas at idle or no-wake speeds.

(c) Manatee refuges. The following areas are designated as manatee refuges. For each manatee refuge, we will state on appropriate signs which, if any, waterborne activities are prohibited, and state the applicable restrictions, if any, on permitted waterborne activities. The areas that will be posted are described as follows:

(1) The Barge Canal Manatee Refuge. (i) The Barge Canal Manatee Refuge is described as all waters lying within the banks of the Barge Canal, Brevard County, Florida, including all waters lying within the marked channel in the Banana River that lie between the east entrance of the Barge Canal and the Canaveral Locks; containing approximately 276.3 ha (682.7 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included) all year. The use of watercraft at speeds greater than slow speed is prohibited throughout the Barge Canal Manatee Refuge.

(iii) Map of the Barge Canal Manatee Refuge follows:

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(2) The Sykes Creek Manatee Refuge. (i) The Sykes Creek Manatee Refuge is described as all waters, including the marked channel in Sykes Creek, Brevard County, Florida. In particular, the portion of Sykes Creek southerly of the southern boundary of that portion of the creek commonly known as the “S” curve (said boundary being a line bearing east from a point on the western shoreline of Sykes Creek at approximate latitude 28 degrees 2324 N, approximate longitude 80 degrees 4127 W) and northerly of the Sykes Creek Parkway; containing approximately 342.3 ha (845.8 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included) all year. The use of watercraft at speeds greater than slow speed is prohibited throughout the Sykes Creek Manatee Refuge.

(iii) Map of the Sykes Creek Manatee Refuge follows:

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(3) The Tampa Electric Company's Big Bend Manatee Refuge. (i) The Tampa Electric Company's Big Bend Manatee Refuge is described as the entrance channel and those waters south of the manatee sanctuary at the Tampa Electric Company's Big Bend Electric Generating Station within Hillsborough County, Florida; containing approximately 89.35 ha (220.79 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to operate at idle speed from November 15 through March 31. Watercraft are prohibited from operating at speeds greater than idle speed from November 15 through March 31, inclusive.

(iii) Map of the Tampa Electric Company's Big Bend Manatee Refuge follows (see TECO Big Bend Manatee Refuge):

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(4) The Port Sutton Manatee Refuge. (i) The Port Sutton Manatee Refuge is described as those waters surrounding the Port Sutton Manatee Sanctuary, including all waters within Port Sutton, Hillsborough County, Florida; containing approximately 39.2 ha (96.9 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to operate at idle speed from November 15 through March 31, inclusive. Watercraft are prohibited from operating at speeds greater than idle speed from November 15 through March 31, inclusive.

(iii) Map of Port Sutton Manatee Refuge follows (see Port Sutton Manatee Refuge):

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(iv) Map showing the relative locations of the Bartow, TECO Big Bend, and Port Sutton areas of Tampa Bay follows (see Tampa Bay Manatee Sanctuaries and Refuges):

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(5) The Little Sarasota Bay Manatee Refuge. (i) The Little Sarasota Bay Manatee Refuge is described as those waters lying southerly of a line that bears north 90 degrees 0000 E (true) and runs through the southerly tip of the first unnamed island south of Red Intracoastal Waterway Channel Marker “40” (latitude 27 degrees 1007 N, longitude 82 degrees 3005 W) and those waters lying northerly of the Blackburn Point Bridge, Sarasota County, Florida; containing approximately 214.2 ha (529.40 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) within the channel, year-round. Watercraft are prohibited from operating in excess of slow speed outside of the channel and operating at speeds in excess of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) within the channel, year-round.

(iii) Map of the Little Sarasota Bay Manatee Refuge follows (see Little Sarasota Bay Manatee Refuge):

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(6) The Lemon Bay Manatee Refuge. (i) The Lemon Bay Manatee Refuge is described as those waters of Lemon Bay lying south of the Sarasota/Charlotte County, Florida, boundary and north of a line north 60 degrees 1400 E (true) parallel with a series of small islands approximately 1.6 kilometer (1 mile) south of the Bay Road Bridge; containing approximately 383.61 ha (948.06 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) within the channel, year-round. Watercraft are prohibited from operating in excess of slow speed outside of the channel and operating at speeds in excess of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) within the channel, year-round.

(iii) Map of the Lemon Bay Manatee Refuge follows (see Lemon Bay Manatee Refuge):

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(7) The Peace River Manatee Refuge. (i) The Peace River Manatee Refuge is described as all waters of the Peace River and certain associated water bodies north and east of the U.S. Highway 41, Charlotte and De Soto Counties, Florida; containing approximately 1.698.11 ha (4,196.11 acres).

(ii) In the Peace River in Charlotte County, watercraft are required to travel at slow speed within a posted shoreline buffer between the US Highway 41 and I-75 bridges. The buffer is approximately 300 meters (1,000 feet) from shore except in a slightly larger area north and west of I-75 to be consistent with recently adopted Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's regulations. Watercraft are allowed to travel at a maximum speed of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) year-round outside the buffer. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of slow speed within the posted shoreline buffer between the U.S. Highway 41 and I-75 bridges and are further prohibited from operating in excess of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) outside the buffer throughout the year.

(iii) In the Peace River within Charlotte County and upstream of I-75 to red channel marker “14,” watercraft are required to travel at slow speed outside of the marked navigation channel. Watercraft are allowed to travel at a maximum speed of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) year-round inside the marked navigation channel. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of slow speed in areas outside of the navigation channel and are further prohibited from traveling in excess of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) inside the marked navigation channel, year-round.

(iv) In the waters of the Peace River in Charlotte and De Soto Counties upstream of red channel marker “14,” watercraft are allowed to travel at a maximum speed of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) year-round. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour), year-round, in this area.

(v) Within the waters of Jim Long Lake and Hunter Creek in Charlotte and De Soto Counties, watercraft are required to travel at slow speed year-round. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of slow speed in this area, year-round.

(vi) Within the waters of Deep Creek in Charlotte and De Soto Counties, watercraft are required to travel at slow speed year-round. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of slow speed in this area, year-round.

(vii) Within the waters of Shell Creek in Charlotte County, watercraft are required to travel at slow speed year-round with the following exception. Should a U.S. Coast Guard or State of Florida approved marked navigation channel be established in that portion of Shell Creek approximately 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) downstream of the Seaboard Railroad trestles, watercraft will be allowed to travel at a maximum speed of 40 kilometers per hour (25 miles per hour) in this section of Shell Creek upon posting by the Fish and Wildlife Service or the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of slow speed in this area, year-round.

(viii) Map of the Peace River Manatee Refuge follows (see Peace River Manatee Refuge):

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(8) The Shell Island Manatee Refuge. (i) The Shell Island Manatee Refuge is described as all waters within the marked Intracoastal Waterway channel between Green Marker “99” (approximate latitude 26 degrees 3100 N, approximate longitude 82 degrees 0052 W) and Green Marker “93” (approximate latitude 26 degrees 3137 N, approximate longitude 81 degrees 5946 W), Lee County, Florida; containing approximately 32.6 ha (80.5 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included) year-round. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of slow speed in this area, year-round.

(iii) Map of the Shell Island Manatee Refuge follows (see Shell Island Manatee Refuge):

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(9) The Haulover Canal Manatee Refuge. (i) The Haulover Canal Manatee Refuge is described as all waters lying within Haulover Canal in Brevard County, Florida; containing approximately 8.95 ha (22.11 acres).

(ii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included) year-round. Watercraft are prohibited from traveling in excess of slow speed in this area, year-round.

(iii) Map of the Haulover Canal Manatee Refuge follows (see Haulover Canal Manatee Refuge):

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(10) The Caloosahatchee River—San Carlos Bay Manatee Refuge. (i) The Caloosahatchee River—San Carlos Bay Manatee Refuge is described as all waters of the Caloosahatchee River and San Carlos Bay downstream of the Seaboard Coastline trestle at Beautiful Island to Channel Marker “93” and from Channel Marker “99” to the Sanibel Causeway, in Lee County. A map showing the refuge and four maps showing specific areas in the refuge are at paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(ii) From the Seaboard Coastline Railroad trestle at Beautiful Island, downstream to Channel Marker “25”, a distance of approximately 1.6 kilometers (1 mile), watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed in the marked navigation channel from November 15 to March 31 and at not more than 40 kilometers per hour (km/h) (25 miles per hour) in the channel from April 1 to November 14. See map of “Edison Bridge Area” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(iii) From a point 152 meters (500 feet) east of the Edison Bridge downstream to a point 152 meters (500 feet) west of the Caloosahatchee Bridge, approximately 1.1 kilometers (0.7 mile) in length, shoreline-to-shoreline (including the marked navigation channel), watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included), year-round. See map of “Edison Bridge Area” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(iv) From a point 152 meters (500 feet) west of the Caloosahatchee Bridge downstream to a point 152 meters (500 feet) northeast of the Cape Coral Bridge, a distance of approximately 10.9 kilometers (6.8 miles), watercraft are required to proceed year-round at slow speed, while traveling within shoreline buffers extending out from the shore to a minimum distance of approximately 402 meters (1,320 feet), as marked. Watercraft, with the exception of seaplanes, are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 miles per hour) throughout the year between these buffers (including the marked navigation channel where not more restrictively designated). See map of “Cape Coral Bridge Area” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(v) From a point 152 meters (500 feet) northeast of the Cape Coral Bridge downstream to a point 152 meters (500 feet) southwest of the Cape Coral Bridge, a distance of approximately 0.4 kilometer (0.25 mile), shoreline-to-shoreline (excluding the marked navigation channel), watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round. In the marked navigation channel, watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 miles per hour) throughout the year. See map of “Cape Coral Bridge Area” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(vi) From a point 152 meters (500 feet) southwest of the Cape Coral Bridge to Channel Marker “72,” a distance of approximately 1.9 kilometers (1.2 miles), watercraft are required to proceed year-round at slow speed, while traveling within shoreline buffers extending out from the shore to a minimum distance of approximately 402 meters (1,320 feet), as marked. Watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 miles per hour) throughout the year between these buffers (including the marked navigation channel where not more restrictively designated). See map of “Redfish Point Area” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(vii) From Channel Marker “72” to Channel Marker “76” (in the vicinity of Redfish Point), for a distance of approximately 1.8 kilometers (1.1 miles) in length, shoreline-to-shoreline (including the marked navigation channel), watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round. See map of “Redfish Point Area” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(viii) From Channel Marker “76” to Channel Marker “93,” a distance of approximately 5.2 kilometers (3.2 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed year-round at slow speed, while traveling within shoreline buffers extending out from the shore to a minimum distance of approximately 402 meters (1,320 feet), as marked. Watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 miles per hour) throughout the year between these buffers (including the marked navigation channel where not more restrictively designated). See map of “Redfish Point Area” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(ix) Except as described below and as marked, from Channel Marker “99” to the Sanibel Causeway, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed year-round in San Carlos Bay within the following limits: A northern boundary described by the southern edge of the marked navigation channel, a line approximately 2.9 kilometers (1.8 miles) in length; a southern boundary described by the Sanibel Causeway (approximately 1.9 kilometers (1.2 miles) in length); a western boundary described by a line that connects the western end of the easternmost Sanibel Causeway island and extending northwest to Channel Marker “7” (approximately 2.9 kilometers (1.8 miles) in length); and the eastern boundary includes the western limit of the State-designated manatee protection area (68C-22.005) near Punta Rassa (approximately 2.9 kilometers (1.8 miles) in length). However this area excludes the marked navigation channel from Channel Marker “99” to the Sanibel Causeway and adjacent waters, as marked. See map of “San Carlos Bay” in paragraph (10)(x) of this section.

(x) Five maps of the Caloosahatchee River—San Carlos Bay Manatee Refuge follow:

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(11) The Lower St. Johns River Manatee Refuge. (i) The Lower St. Johns River Manatee Refuge is described as portions of the St. Johns River and adjacent waters in Duval, Clay, and St. Johns Counties from Sandfly Point (the intersection of the right descending bank of the Trout River and the left descending bank of the St. Johns River) and Reddie Point, as marked, upstream to the mouth of Peter's Branch, including Doctors Lake, in Clay County on the western shore, and to the southern shore of the mouth of Julington Creek in St. Johns County on the eastern shore. A map showing the refuge and two maps showing specific areas of the refuge are at paragraph (11)(vi) of this section.

(ii) In the St. Johns River from Sandfly Point on the left descending bank of the St. Johns River and Reddie Point on the right descending bank of the St. Johns River, upstream to the Hart Bridge, a distance of approximately 5.5 miles (8.8 km), watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round, within 300 feet (91 m) of the shoreline on the left descending bank of the St. Johns River and within a buffer as marked, typically about 1,000 feet (305 m) from the shoreline along the right descending bank of the river. The slow speed designation also includes that portion of the river between Exchange Island and the right descending bank, a marked buffer approximately 300 feet (91 m) along the west (channel-ward) shoreline of Exchange Island, and a portion of the Arlington River as marked. Watercraft are also required to proceed at not more than 25 miles per hour (40 km/h), year round, in the area posted as such between these slow speed shoreline buffers. See map of “St. Johns River Bridges Area” in paragraph (11)(vi) of this section.

(iii) From the Hart Bridge to the Main Street Bridge, a distance of approximately 2 miles (3.2 km), watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round, outside the marked navigation channel and at speeds of not more than 25 miles per hour (40 km/h) in the marked channel (from Channel Marker “81” to the Main Street Bridge, the channel is defined as the line of sight extending west from Channel Markers “81” and “82” to the fenders of the Main Street Bridge). See map of “St. Johns River Bridges Area” in paragraph (11)(vi) of this section.

(iv) From the Main Street Bridge to the Fuller Warren Bridge, a distance of approximately 1 mile (1.6 km), shoreline to shoreline, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included), year-round. See map of “St. Johns River Bridges Area” in paragraph (11)(vi) of this section.

(v) Upstream of the Fuller Warren Bridge: for a distance of approximately 19.3 miles (31.1 km) along the left descending bank of the St. Johns River, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round, in a 700-foot (213 m) to 1,000-foot (305 m) as-marked, shoreline buffer from the Fuller Warren Bridge to the south bank of the mouth of Peter's Branch in Clay County; for a distance of approximately 20.2 miles (32.5 km) along the right descending bank of the St. Johns River, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year round, in a 700-foot (213 m) to 1,000-foot (305 m) as marked, shoreline buffer from the Fuller Warren Bridge to the south bank of the mouth of Julington Creek in St. Johns County (defined as a line north of a western extension of the Nature's Hammock Road North); and in Doctors Lake in Clay County watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round, in a 700-foot (213 m) to 900-foot (274 m) as-marked, shoreline buffer (approximately 12.9 miles (20.8 km)). See map of “Lower St. Johns River” in paragraph (11)(vi) of this section.

(vi) Three maps of the Lower St. Johns River Manatee Refuge follow:

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(12) The Halifax and Tomoka Rivers Manatee Refuge. (i) The Halifax and Tomoka Rivers Manatee Refuge is described as the Halifax River and associated waterbodies in Volusia County, from the Volusia County—Flagler County line to New Smyrna Beach. A map showing the refuge and eight maps showing specific areas in the refuge are at paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(ii) From the Volusia County—Flagler County line at Halifax Creek south to Channel Marker “9,” a distance of approximately 11.3 kilometers (7.0 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (km/h)(25 miles per hour) in the channel. See maps of “Halifax Creek” and “Tomoka River Basin” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(iii) From Channel Marker “9” to a point 152 meters (500 feet) north of the Granada Bridge (State Road 40) (including the Tomoka Basin), a distance of approximately 5.0 km (3.1 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 mph) in areas between the existing 91-meter (300-foot) buffers (and including the marked navigation channel). See maps of “Tomoka River Basin” and “Tomoka River” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(iv) In the Tomoka River, from the I-95 Bridge to Alligator Island, as marked, a distance of approximately 1.6 kilometers (1 mile), watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, shoreline to shoreline, from April 1 to August 31. See map of “Tomoka River” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(v) From 152 meters (500 feet) north to 305 meters (1,000 feet) south of the Granada Bridge (State Road 40), a distance of approximately 0.5 kilometers (0.3 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round, shoreline to shoreline. See map of “Halifax River A” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(vi) From a point 305 meters (1,000 feet) south of the Granada Bridge (State Road 40) to a point 152 meters (500 feet) north of the Seabreeze Bridge, a distance of approximately 6.4 km (4.0 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 mph) in areas between the existing 91-meter (300-foot) buffers (and including the marked navigation channel). See map of “Halifax River A” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(vii) As marked, from 152 meters (500 feet) north of the Seabreeze Bridge, to 152 meters (500 feet) north of the Main Street bridge, a distance of approximately 1 kilometer (1 mile) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included), year-round. See map of “Halifax River B” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(viii) From Channel Marker “40” to a point a minimum of 152 meters (500 feet) north, as marked, of the Dunlawton Bridge, a distance of approximately 14.5 kilometers (9 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 mph) in areas between the existing 91-meter (300-foot) buffers (and including the marked navigation channel). See map of “Halifax River B” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(ix) As marked, a minimum of 152 meters (500 feet) north to 152 meters (500 feet) south of the Dunlawton Bridge, a distance of approximately 0.3 kilometers (0.2 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included), year-round, shoreline to shoreline; and adjacent to the western shoreline of the Halifax River north of the Dunlawton Bridge for a distance of approximately 640 meters (2,100 feet), and a minimum of 91 meters (300 feet) from shore, as marked, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed, year-round. See map of “Halifax River B” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(x) As marked, from a minimum of 152 meters (500 feet) south of the Dunlawton Bridge to Redland Canal, a distance of approximately 10.5 kilometers (6.5 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 mph) in waters not more restrictively designated; along the western shore of the Halifax River, a distance of approximately 3.1 km (1.95 miles), watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 mph) in the waters not more restrictively designated; in Rose Bay, a distance of approximately 2.7 km (1.7 miles), watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 mph) in waters not more restrictively designated; in Turnbull Bay, a distance of approximately 3.9 km (2.4 miles), watercraft are required to proceed at not more than 40 km/h (25 mph) in waters not more restrictively designated. See maps of “Ponce Inlet Area A,” “Ponce Inlet Area B,” and “Ponce Inlet Area C” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(xi) As marked, in the Intracoastal Waterway and adjacent waters from Redland Canal to the A1A Bridge (New Smyrna Beach, for a distance of approximately 5.3 kilometers (3.3 miles) in length, watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed (channel included), year-round. See map of “Ponce Inlet Area B” in paragraph (12)(xii) of this section.

(xii) Nine maps of the Halifax and Tomoka Rivers Manatee Refuge follow:

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(13) The Pine Island-Estero Bay Manatee Refuge. (i) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed all year in all waters of Matlacha Pass, south of a line that bears 90° and 270° from Matlacha Pass Green Channel Marker 77 (approximate latitude 26°4000 North, approximate longitude 82°0600 West), and north of Pine Island Road (State Road 78), excluding:

(A) The portion of the marked channel otherwise designated in paragraph (c)(13)(iii) of this section;

(B) All waters of Buzzard Bay east and northeast of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°4000 North, approximate longitude 82°0520 West) on the southwest shoreline of an unnamed mangrove island east of Matlacha Pass Green Channel Marker 77 and bearing 219° to the northeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3958 North, approximate longitude 82°0523 West) of another unnamed mangrove island, then running along the eastern shoreline of said island to its southeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3936 North, approximate longitude 82°0509 West), then bearing 115° to the westernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3934 North, approximate longitude 82°0505 West) of the unnamed mangrove island to the southeast, then running along the western shoreline of said island to its southwesternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3922 North, approximate longitude 82°0453 West), then bearing 123° to the northwesternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3921 North, approximate longitude 82°0452 West) of an unnamed mangrove island, then running along the western shoreline of said island to its southeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3909 North, approximate longitude 82°0444 West), then bearing 103° to the northwesternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3908 North, approximate longitude 82°0441 West) of a peninsula on the unnamed mangrove island to the southeast, then running along the southwestern shoreline of said island to its southeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3851 North, approximate longitude 82°0418 West), then bearing 99° to the southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3850 North, approximate longitude 82°0403 West) of the unnamed mangrove island to the east, then bearing 90° to the line's terminus at a point (approximate latitude 26°3850 North, approximate longitude 82°0355 West) on the eastern shoreline of Matlacha Pass; and

(C) All waters of Pine Island Creek and Matlacha Pass north of Pine Island Road (State Road 78) and west and southwest of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°3929 North, approximate longitude 82°0629 West) on the western shoreline of Matlacha Pass and bearing 160° to the westernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3925 North, approximate longitude 82°0628 West) of an unnamed island, then running along the western shoreline of said island to its southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3918 North, approximate longitude 82°0624 West), then bearing 128° to the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3912 North, approximate longitude 82°0617 West) of an unnamed mangrove island to the south, then running along the eastern shoreline of said island to its southeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3900 North, approximate longitude 82°0609 West), then bearing 138° to a point (approximate latitude 26°3845 North, approximate longitude 82°0553 West) on the northern shoreline of Bear Key, then running along the northern shoreline of Bear Key to its easternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3844 North, approximate longitude 82°0546 West), then bearing 85° to the westernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3845 North, approximate longitude 82°0532 West) of Deer Key, then running along the northern shoreline of Deer Key to its easternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3846 North, approximate longitude 82°0522 West), then bearing 103° to the northwesternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3845 North, approximate longitude 82°0517 West) of the unnamed mangrove island to the east, then running along the western shoreline of said island to its southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3830 North, approximate longitude 82°0504 West), then bearing 106° to the westernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3830 North, approximate longitude 82°0457 West) of the unnamed island to the southeast, then running along the northern and eastern shorelines of said island to a point (approximate latitude 26°3823 North, approximate longitude 82°0451 West) on its eastern shoreline, then bearing 113° to the northernmost point of West Island (approximate latitude 26°3821 North, approximate longitude 82°0437 West), then running along the western shoreline of West Island to the point where the line intersects Pine Island Road (State Road 78).

(ii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed all year in all waters of Matlacha Pass, St. James Creek, and San Carlos Bay, south of Pine Island Road (State Road 78), north of a line 500 feet northwest of and parallel to the main marked channel of the Intracoastal Waterway, west of a line that bears 302° from Intracoastal Waterway Green Channel Marker 99 (approximate latitude 26°3100 North, approximate longitude 82°0052 West), and east of a line that bears 360° from Intracoastal Waterway Red Channel Marker 10 (approximate latitude 26°2916 North, approximate longitude 82°0335 West), excluding:

(A) The portions of the marked channels otherwise designated in paragraphs (c)(15)(iv) and (v) of this section;

(B) All waters of Matlacha Pass south of Pine Island Road (State Road 78) and west of the western shoreline of West Island and a line beginning at the southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3725 North, approximate longitude 82°0417 West) of West Island and bearing 149° to the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3718 North, approximate longitude 82°0412 West) of the unnamed mangrove island to the south, then running along the eastern shoreline of said island to its southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3655 North, approximate longitude 82°0402 West), then bearing 163° to the line's terminus at a point (approximate latitude 26°3644 North, approximate longitude 82°0358 West) on the eastern shoreline of Little Pine Island;

(C) All waters of Matlacha Pass, Pontoon Bay, and associated embayments south of Pine Island Road (State Road 78) and east of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°3812 North, approximate longitude 82°0346 West) on the northwestern shoreline of the embayment on the east side of Matlacha Pass, immediately south of Pine Island Road and then running along the eastern shoreline of the unnamed island to the south to its southeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3730 North, approximate longitude 82°0322 West), then bearing 163° to the northwesternmost point of the unnamed island to the south, then running along the western shoreline of said island to its southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3715 North, approximate longitude 82°0315 West), then bearing 186° to the line's terminus at a point (approximate latitude 26°3710 North, approximate longitude 82°0316 West) on the eastern shoreline of Matlacha Pass;

(D) All waters of Pine Island Creek south of Pine Island Road (State Road 78); and all waters of Matlacha Pass, Rock Creek, and the Mud Hole, west of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°3352 North, approximate longitude 82°0453 West) on the western shoreline of Matlacha Pass and bearing 22° to a point (approximate latitude 26°3409 North, approximate longitude 82°0445 West) on the southern shoreline of the unnamed island to the northeast, then running along the southern and eastern shorelines of said island to a point (approximate latitude 26°3415 North, approximate longitude 82°0439 West) on its northeastern shoreline, then bearing 24° to a point (approximate latitude 26°3421 North, approximate longitude 82°0436 West) on the southern shoreline of the large unnamed island to the north, then running along the southern and eastern shorelines of said island to a point (approximate latitude 26°3431 North, approximate longitude 82°0429 West) on its eastern shoreline, then bearing 41° to the southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3439 North, approximate longitude 82°0422 West) of another unnamed island to the northeast, then running along the eastern shoreline of said island to its northwesternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3522 North, approximate longitude 82°0407 West), then bearing 2° to the southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3532 North, approximate longitude 82°0407 West) of the unnamed island to the north, then running along the eastern shoreline of said island to its northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°3551 North, approximate longitude 82°0359 West), then bearing 353° to the line's terminus at a point (approximate latitude 26°3608 North, approximate longitude 82°0401 West) on the eastern shoreline of Little Pine Island; and

(E) All waters of Punta Blanca Bay and Punta Blanca Creek, east of the eastern shoreline of Matlacha Pass and east and north of the eastern and northern shorelines of San Carlos Bay.

(iii) Watercraft may not exceed 25 miles per hour, all year, in all waters within the main marked channel in Matlacha Pass south of Green Channel Marker 77 (approximate latitude 26°4000 North, approximate longitude 82°0600 West) and north of a line perpendicular to the channel at a point in the channel 14 mile northwest of the Pine Island Road Bridge (State Road 78).

(iv) Watercraft may not exceed 25 miles per hour, all year, in all waters within the main marked channel in Matlacha Pass south of a line perpendicular to the channel at a point in the channel 14 mile southeast of the Pine Island Road Bridge (State Road 78), and north of a line 500 feet northwest of and parallel to the main marked channel of the Intracoastal Waterway (just north of Green Channel Marker 1).

(v) Watercraft may not exceed 25 miles per hour, all year, in all waters within the marked channel in Matlacha Pass that intersects the main Matlacha Pass channel near Green Channel Marker 15 (approximate latitude 26°3157 North, approximate longitude 82°0338 West) and intersects the main marked channel of the Intracoastal Waterway near Green Channel Marker 101 (approximate latitude 26°3039 North, approximate longitude 82°0100 West).

(vi) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed from April 1 through November 15 in all canals and boat basins of St. James City and the waters known as Long Cut and Short Cut; and all waters of Pine Island Sound and San Carlos Bay south of a line beginning at the southernmost tip (approximate latitude 26°3128 North, approximate longitude 82°0619 West) of a mangrove peninsula on the western shore of Pine Island approximately 2200 feet north of Galt Island and bearing 309° to the southeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3132 North, approximate longitude 82°0625 West) of another mangrove peninsula, then running along the southern shoreline of said peninsula to its southwesternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3140 North, approximate longitude 82°0638 West), then bearing 248° to a point (approximate latitude 26°3140 North, approximate longitude 82°0639 West) on the eastern shoreline of an unnamed mangrove island, then running along the southern shoreline of said island to its southwesternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3139 North, approximate longitude 82°0644 West), then bearing 206° to the line's terminus at the northernmost point of the Mac Keever Keys (approximate latitude 26°3109 North, approximate longitude 82°0709 West), east of a line beginning at said northernmost point of the Mac Keever Keys and running along and between the general contour of the western shorelines of said keys to a point (approximate latitude 26°3027 North, approximate longitude 82°0708 West) on the southernmost of the Mac Keever Keys, then bearing 201° to a point (approximate latitude 26°3001 North, approximate longitude 82°0719 West) approximately 150 feet due east of the southeasternmost point of Chino Island, then bearing approximately 162° to Red Intracoastal Waterway Channel Marker 22 (approximate latitude 26°2857 North, approximate longitude 82°0655 West), then bearing approximately 117° to the line's terminus at Red Intracoastal Waterway Channel Marker 20 (approximate latitude 26°2845 North, approximate longitude 82°0638 West), north of a line beginning at said Red Intracoastal Waterway Channel Marker 20 and bearing 86° to a point (approximate latitude 26°2850 North, approximate longitude 82°0548 West) 14 mile south of York Island, then running parallel to and 14 mile south of the general contour of the southern shorelines of York Island and Pine Island to the line's terminus at a point on a line bearing 360° from Red Intracoastal Waterway Channel Marker 10 (approximate latitude 26°2916 North, approximate longitude 82°0335 West), and west and southwest of the general contour of the western and southern shorelines of Pine Island and a line that bears 360° from said Red Intracoastal Waterway Channel Marker 10, excluding the portion of the marked channel otherwise designated in paragraph (c)(13)(vii) of this section.

(vii) Watercraft may not exceed 25 miles per hour from April 1 through November 15 in all waters of the marked channel that runs north of the power lines from the Cherry Estates area of St. James City into Pine Island Sound, east of the western boundary of the zone designated in 17.108(c)(13)(vi), and west of a line perpendicular to the power lines that begins at the easternmost point (approximate latitude 26°3025 North, approximate longitude 82°0615 West) of the mangrove island on the north side of the power lines approximately 1,800 feet southwest of the Galt Island Causeway.

(viii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed all year in all waters of San Carlos Bay and Punta Rassa Cove east of a line that bears 352° from the northernmost tip of the northern peninsula on Punta Rassa (approximate latitude 26°2944 North, approximate longitude 82°0033 West), and south of a line that bears 122° from Intracoastal Waterway Green Channel Marker 99 (approximate latitude 26°3100 North, approximate longitude 82°0052 West), including all waters of Shell Creek and associated waterways.

(ix) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed all year in all waters of San Carlos Bay and the Caloosahatchee River, including the residential canals of Cape Coral, northeast of a line that bears 302° and 122° from Intracoastal Waterway Green Channel Marker 99 (approximate latitude 26°3100 North, approximate longitude 82°0052 West), west of a line that bears 346° from Intracoastal Waterway Green Channel Marker 93 (approximate latitude 26°3137 North, approximate longitude 81°5946 West), and north and northwest of the general contour of the northwestern shoreline of Shell Point and a line that bears approximately 74° from the northernmost tip (approximate latitude 26°3131 North, approximate longitude 81°5957 West) of Shell Point to said Intracoastal Waterway Green Channel Marker 93, excluding the Intracoastal Waterway between markers 93 and 99 (which is already designated as a Federal manatee protection area, requiring watercraft to proceed at slow speed, and is not impacted by this rule).

(x) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed from April 1 through November 15 and at not more than 25 miles per hour the remainder of the year in all waters of Hell Peckney Bay southeast of Hurricane Bay, northeast of the northern shorelines of Julies Island and the unnamed island immediately northwest of Julies Island and a line that bears 312° from the northwesternmost point of Julies Island (approximate latitude 26°2637 North, approximate longitude 81°5457 West), northwest of Estero Bay, and southwest of a line beginning at the southernmost point (approximate latitude 26°2723 North, approximate longitude 81°5511 West) of an unnamed mangrove peninsula in northwest Hell Peckney Bay and bearing 191° to the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°2719 North, approximate longitude 81°5511 West) of an unnamed mangrove island, then running along the northern shoreline of said island to its southeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°2711 North, approximate longitude 81°5505 West), then bearing 115° to a point (approximate latitude 26°2703 North, approximate longitude 81°5447 West) on the northwest shoreline of an unnamed mangrove island, then running along the northern shoreline of said island to its northeasternmost point (approximate latitude 26°2702 North, approximate longitude 81°5433 West), and then bearing 37° to the line's terminus at the westernmost point of an unnamed mangrove peninsula in eastern Hell Peckney Bay.

(xi) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed from April 1 through November 15 and at not more than 25 miles per hour the remainder of the year in all waters of Hendry Creek south of a line that bears 270° from a point (approximate latitude 26°2840 North, approximate longitude 81°5256 West) on the eastern shoreline of Hendry Creek; and all waters of Estero Bay southeast and east of Hell Peckney Bay, a line that bears 340° from a point (approximate latitude 26°2556 North, approximate longitude 81°5425 West) on the northern tip of an unnamed mangrove peninsula on the northeastern shoreline of Estero Island, and the northern shoreline of Estero Island, south of Hendry Creek and a line that bears 135° and 315° from Red Channel Marker 18 (approximate latitude 26°2746 North, approximate longitude 81°5200 West) in Mullock Creek, and north of a line that bears 72° from the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°2422 North, approximate longitude 81°5234 West) of Black Island, including the waters of Buccaneer Lagoon at the southern end of Estero Island, but excluding:

(A) The portions of the marked channels otherwise designated in paragraph (c)(13)(xiii) of this section;

(B) The Estero River; and

(C) To waters of Big Carlos Pass east of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°2434 North, approximate longitude 81°5305 West) on the eastern shoreline of Estero Island and bearing 36° to a point (approximate latitude 26°2440 North, approximate longitude 81°5300 West) on the southern shoreline of Coon Key, south of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°2436 North, approximate longitude 81°5230 West) on the eastern shoreline of Coon Key and bearing 106° to a point (approximate latitude 26°2439 North, approximate longitude 81°5234 West) on the southwestern shoreline of the unnamed mangrove island north of Black Island, and west of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°2436 North, approximate longitude 81°5230 West) on the southern shoreline of said unnamed mangrove island north of Black Island and bearing 192° to the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°2422 North, approximate longitude 81°5234 West) of Black Island.

(xii) Watercraft are required to proceed at slow speed from April 1 through November 15 and at not more than 25 miles per hour the remainder of the year in all waters of Estero Bay and Big Hickory Bay south of a line that bears 72° from the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°2422 North, approximate longitude 81°5234 West) of Black Island, east of the centerline of State Road 865 (but including the waters of the embayment on the eastern side of Black Island and the waters inshore of the mouth of Big Hickory Pass that are west of State Road 865), and north of a line that bears 90° from a point (approximate latitude 26°2051 North, approximate longitude 81°5033 West) on the eastern shoreline of Little Hickory Island, excluding Spring Creek and the portions of the marked channels otherwise designated under 17.108(c)(13)(xiii) and the portion of Hickory Bay designated in paragraph (c)(13)(xiii) of this section.

(xiii) Watercraft may not exceed 25 miles per hour all year in:

(A) All waters of Big Hickory Bay north of a line that bears 90° from a point (approximate latitude 26°2051” North, approximate longitude 81°5033 West) on the eastern shoreline of Little Hickory Island, west of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°2048 North, approximate longitude 81°5024 West) on the southern shoreline of Big Hickory Bay and bearing 338° to a point (approximate latitude 26°2139 North, approximate longitude 81°5048 West) on the water in the northwestern end of Big Hickory Bay near the eastern end of Broadway Channel, south of a line beginning at said point on the water in the northwestern end of Big Hickory Bay and bearing 242° to the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°2139 North, approximate longitude 81°5050 West) of the unnamed mangrove island south of Broadway Channel, and east of the eastern shoreline of said mangrove island and a line beginning at the southernmost point of said island (approximate latitude 26°2107 North, approximate longitude 81°5058 West) and bearing 167° to a point on Little Hickory Island (approximate latitude 26°2103 North, approximate longitude 81°5057 West);

(B) All waters of the main marked North-South channel in northern Estero Bay from Green Channel Marker 37 (approximate latitude 26°2602 North, approximate longitude 81°5429 West) to Green Channel Marker 57 (approximate latitude 26°2508 North, approximate longitude 81°5329 West);

(C) All waters of the main marked North-South channel in southern Estero Bay south of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°2436 North, approximate longitude 81°5230 West) on the southern shoreline of the unnamed mangrove island north of Black Island and bearing 192° to the northernmost point (approximate latitude 26°2422 North, approximate longitude 81°5234 West) of Black Island, and north and east of Red Channel Marker 62 (approximate latitude 26°2131 North, approximate longitude 81°5120 West) in Broadway Channel;

(D) All waters within the portion of the marked channel leading to the Gulf of Mexico through New Pass, west of the North-South channel and east of State Road 865; all waters of the marked channel leading to Mullock Creek north of a line beginning at a point (approximate latitude 26°2436 North, approximate longitude 81°5230 West) on the eastern shoreline of Coon Key and bearing 106° to a point (approximate latitude 26°2439 North, approximate longitude 81°5234 West) on the southwestern shoreline of the unnamed mangrove island north of Black Island, and south of Red Channel Marker 18 (approximate latitude 26°2746 North, approximate longitude 81°5200 West);

(E) All waters of the marked channel leading from the Mullock Creek Channel to the Estero River, west of the mouth of the Estero River. (This designation only applies if a channel is marked in accordance with permits issued by all applicable State and federal authorities. In the absence of a properly permitted channel, this area is as designated under paragraph (c)(13)(xi) of this section);

(F) All waters of the marked channel commonly known as Alternate Route Channel, with said channel generally running between Channel Marker 1 (approximate latitude 26°2429 North, approximate longitude 81°5153 West) and Channel Marker 10 (approximate latitude 26°2400 North, approximate longitude 81°5109 West);

(G) All waters of the marked channel commonly known as Coconut Channel, with said channel generally running between Channel Marker 1 (approximate latitude 26°2344 North, approximate longitude 81°5055 West) and Channel Marker 23 (approximate latitude 26°2400 North, approximate longitude 81°5030 West);

(H) All waters of the marked channel commonly known as Southern Passage Channel, with said channel generally running between Channel Marker 1 (approximate latitude 26°2258 North, approximate longitude 81°5157 West) and Channel Marker 22 (approximate latitude 26°2327 North, approximate longitude 81°5046 West); and

(I) All waters of the marked channel leading from the Southern Passage Channel to Spring Creek, west of the mouth of Spring Creek.

(xiv) Maps of the Pine Island-Estero Bay Manatee Refuge follow:

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(14) The Kings Bay Manatee Refuge. A tract of submerged land that includes all waters of Kings Bay, including all tributaries and adjoining waterbodies, upstream of the confluence of Kings Bay and Crystal River, described by a line that bears North 53°0000 East (True) from the northeasternmost point of an island on the southwesterly shore of Crystal River (approximate latitude 28°5332 North, approximate longitude 82°3623 West) to the southwesternmost point of a peninsula of Magnolia Shores (approximate latitude 28°5338 North, approximate longitude 82°3616 West).

(i) Area covered. The Kings Bay Manatee Refuge encompasses existing manatee protection areas as described in paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(7) of this section, and areas outside these sections as depicted on the map in paragraph (c)(14)(ii) of this section.

(ii) Particular areas. The following springs fall within the boundaries of the Kings Bay Manatee Refuge. A map showing the entire refuge, including these springs, follows:

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(A) Three Sisters Springs. A tract of submerged land, lying in Section 28, Township 18 South, Range 17 East, Tallahassee Meridian, Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the northwest corner of said Section 28 in an east southeast direction to the canal that begins on the west side of Southeast Cutler Spur Boulevard and runs west-northwest to Kings Bay. The spring is north and east of the northern terminus of Southeast Paradise Avenue along the northern shore of said canal. Three Sisters Springs includes three main and numerous smaller spring vents and a spring run that connects the vents to said canal in Crystal River, Citrus County, Florida. This area is not the same as set forth in paragraph (a)(7) of this section. This area is behind the sanctuary (north from the mouth of the channel) as set forth in paragraph (a)(7) of this section.

(1) All waterborne activities in this specific area are prohibited from sunset to sunrise from November 15 through March 31 exclusive of the provisions of paragraph (c)(14)(v) of this section.

(2) Scuba diving and fishing (including but not limited to fishing by hook and line, by cast net, and by spear) are also prohibited in this specific area from November 15 through March 31 exclusive of the provisions of paragraph (c)(14)(v) of this section.

(3) If the provisions of paragraph (c)(14)(vi) of this section are put in effect, all waterborne activities are prohibited in this specific area for the duration established under paragraph (c)(14)(vi) of this section.

(B) House Spring. A tract of submerged land, lying in Section 21, Township 18 South, Range 17 East, Tallahassee Meridian, Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the southwest corner of said Section 21 in an east-northeast direction to the northeasternmost corner of Hunter Spring Run. The spring is immediately west of and adjacent to Northeast 2nd Court in Crystal River, Citrus County, Florida.

(C) Jurassic Spring. A tract of submerged land, lying in Section 21, Township 18 South, Range 17 East, Tallahassee Meridian, Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the southwest corner of said Section 21 in an east northeast direction to the eastern shore of Hunter Spring Run. The spring is immediately west of the western terminus of Bayshore Drive in Crystal River, Citrus County, Florida.

(D) Idiot's Delight Number 2 Spring. A tract of submerged land, lying in Section 28, Township 18 South, Range 17 East, Tallahassee Meridian, Citrus County, Florida, more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference, commence at the northwest corner of said Section 28 in an east southeast direction to the canal that begins on the west side of Southeast Cutler Spur Boulevard and runs west-northwest to Kings Bay. The spring is north and east of the northern terminus of Southeast Paradise Avenue along the northern shore of said canal just east of the southern terminus of the Three Sisters Springs run in Crystal River, Citrus County, Florida.

(iii) Speed and anchoring restrictions. (A) Throughout the entire year, watercraft speeds are restricted to slow speed throughout the manatee refuge with the following exceptions:

(1) A posted area generally north of Buzzard Island, exclusive of shoreline slow-speed buffer zones, where watercraft may travel at speeds up to 25 miles per hour during daylight hours (sunrise to sunset) from June 1 through August 15;

(2) Those areas where access is precluded (manatee sanctuaries, no-entry areas); or

(3) Areas where more restrictive speed restrictions are in effect.

(B) From June 1 through August 15, anchorage (other than emergency anchorage) of watercraft is prohibited in the posted high speed (25 miles per hour) area around Buzzard Island referenced in paragraph (c)(14)(iii)(A) of this section.

(iv) Time and area prohibitions. When the provisions of paragraphs (c)(14)(v) or (vi) of this section are in effect (November 15 through March 31 and April 1 through November 14, respectively), all waterborne activities, including swimming, diving (including skin and scuba diving), snorkeling, water skiing, surfing, fishing (including with hook and line, by cast net, or spear), and the use of water vehicles (including but not limited to boats powered by engine, wind, or other means; ships powered by engine, wind, or other means; barges, surfboards, personal watercraft, water skis, and any other devices or mechanisms capable of locomotion on, across, or underneath the surface of the water) are prohibited in areas that are adjacent to and within specified distances from the existing manatee sanctuaries located in Kings Bay (defined in paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(7) of this section) and the springs defined in paragraph (c)(14)(ii) of this section: Three Sisters Springs, House Spring, Jurassic Spring, and Idiot's Delight Number 2 Spring.

(v) Expanded temporary no-entry area (November 15 through March 31). When manatees exceed the capacity of an existing manatee sanctuary or shift usage around an existing manatee sanctuary or shift usage to Three Sisters Springs, House Spring, Jurassic Spring, and Idiot's Delight Number 2 Spring, due to water or weather or other conditions, we will designate “no-entry” areas from November 15 through March 31 as appropriate and necessary around any of these sites. The determination to designate and subsequently remove no-entry areas around existing manatee sanctuaries and Three Sisters Springs, House Spring, Jurassic Spring, and Idiot's Delight Number 2 Spring within the Kings Bay Manatee Refuge will be based on aerial survey observations of manatees using the existing sanctuary sites, current weather information, and other sources of credible, relevant information. We will designate no-entry areas within Kings Bay Manatee Refuge and outside of existing sanctuaries as follows:

(A) For the sanctuaries set forth in paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(6) of this section, to a distance not to exceed 100 feet from the existing sanctuary boundary.

(B) For the Three Sisters Springs Sanctuary, to a distance not to exceed 400 feet from the existing boundary. We do not intend to completely mark off the manmade channel. Expansions could occur directly around the existing sanctuary and north into the area locally known as Three Sisters Springs.

(C) For House Spring and Jurassic Spring, an area that does not exceed 100 feet from the associated spring vents.

(D) For Idiot's Delight Number 2 Spring, an area that does not exceed 25 feet from the associated spring vent. Any temporary designation will be configured to avoid the manmade channel in the canal and will not block access into Three Sisters Springs.

(vi) Temporary no-entry areas (April 1 through November 14). Temporary no-entry area designations may be made in the existing manatee sanctuaries located in Kings Bay defined in paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(7) and paragraphs (c)(14)(v)(A) through (D) of this section prior to November 15 and after March 31 during cold fronts when manatees are present. Designations will remain in effect for the duration of a cold front and only when there is regular manatee use; temporary no-entry area designations will remain in effect for no longer than 14 consecutive days.

(vii) Posting of temporary no-entry areas designated in accordance with paragraph (c)(14)(v) or (vi) of this section. Additional temporary protection areas will be posted to distances as described in paragraph (c)(14)(v) of this section and identified by the following devices: buoys, float lines, signs, advisories from onsite Service employees and their designees, or other methods.

(viii) Notifications of temporary no-entry areas designated in accordance with paragraph (c)(14)(v) or (vi) of this section. When we determine that the provisions of paragraph (c)(14)(v) or (vi) of this section are appropriate, the temporary protection areas will be designated and posted to distances as described in paragraph (c)(14)(v) of this section. No-entry area designations will occur immediately. We will advise the public of designations through public notice(s) announcing and describing the measures in a local newspaper and other media, including but not limited to, local television and radio broadcasts, Web sites and other news outlets, as soon as time permits. Onsite Service employees and their designees, when present, may also inform waterway users of designations.

(ix) Prohibited activities (year-round). We specifically identify and prohibit the activities set forth in this paragraph to prevent the take of one or more manatees by individuals engaged in waterborne activities while in the water, in boats, or on-shore within the Kings Bay Manatee Refuge. In regard to these prohibited activities, we consider a resting manatee to be a mostly motionless manatee that rises to breathe from the water bottom, in the water column, or on the water's surface. While resting, a manatee may make minor changes in its posture and may slightly shift its position. Minor changes in posture occur when resting manatees breathe or roll. Resting manatees may also make slight movements with their flippers or tail to compensate for drift, etc. Prohibited activities include:

(A) Chasing or pursuing manatee(s).

(B) Disturbing or touching a resting or feeding manatee(s).

(C) Diving from the surface on to a resting or feeding manatee(s).

(D) Cornering or surrounding or attempting to corner or surround a manatee(s).

(E) Riding, holding, grabbing, or pinching or attempting to ride, hold, grab, or pinch a manatee(s).

(F) Poking, prodding, or stabbing or attempting to poke, prod, or stab a manatee(s) with anything, including your hands and feet.

(G) Standing on or attempting to stand on manatee(s).

(H) Separating a mother and calf or attempting to separate a mother and calf.

(I) Separating manatee(s) from a group or attempting to separate manatee(s) from a group.

(J) Giving manatee(s) anything to eat or drink or attempting to give manatee(s) anything to eat or drink.

(K) Actively initiating contact with belted or tagged manatee(s) and associated gear, including any belts, harnesses, tracking devices, or antennae.

(L) Interfering with rescue and research activities.

[45 FR 74881, Nov. 12, 1980, as amended at 57 FR 5990, Feb. 19, 1992; 59 FR 24658, May 12, 1994; 63 FR 55556, Oct. 16, 1998; 67 FR 693, Jan. 7, 2002; 67 FR 66473, Nov. 8, 2002; 68 FR 46898, Aug. 6, 2003; 69 FR 40805, July 7, 2004; 70 FR 17874, Apr. 7, 2005; 70 FR 21969, Apr. 28, 2005; 70 FR 29458, May 23, 2005; 77 FR 15631, Mar. 16, 2012]



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