Schiedea spp. 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Hawaii


Species/Common Names:
Schiedea adamantis
Diamond Head Schiedea
Schiedea apokremnos
Ma'oli'oli
Schiedea haleakalensis
Schiedea helleri
Schiedea hookeri
Schiedea kaalae
Schiedea kauaiensis
Schiedea kealiae
Ma'oli'oli
Schiedea lydgatei
Schiedea membranacea
Schiedea nuttallii
Schiedea sarmentosa
Schiedea spergulina var. leiopoda
Schiedea stellarioides
Laulihilihi
Schiedea verticillata

Facts Summary:
Schiedea is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Hawaii.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Schiedea adamantisEN-US FWSFebruary 17, 1984Hawaii
   CR-IUCN2003 
2. Schiedea apokremnosEN-US FWSSeptember 30, 1991Hawaii
3. Schiedea haleakalensisEN-US FWSMay 15, 1992Hawaii
4. Schiedea helleriEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
5. Schiedea hookeriEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
6. Schiedea kaalaeEN-US FWSOctober 29, 1991Hawaii
   CR-IUCN2003 
7. Schiedea kauaiensisEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
8. Schiedea kealiaeEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
9. Schiedea lydgateiEN-US FWSOctober 8, 1992Hawaii
10. Schiedea membranaceaEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
11. Schiedea nuttalliiEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
12. Schiedea sarmentosaEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
13. Schiedea spergulina var. leiopodaEN-US FWSFebruary 25, 1994Hawaii
14. Schiedea stellarioidesEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
15. Schiedea verticillataEN-US FWSAugust 21, 1996Hawaii

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