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Includes more than 70,000 objects from throughout Hawai‘i and the Pacific region. Photographs and detailed information are available for more than 2,000 objects online.
A database of endemic Hawaiian and introduced plants and their uses. Includes info about famous locations, mele, ʻōlelo noʻeau, and kino lau.
An online knowledgebase of endemic and indigenous plants of Hawaiʻi. Includes info about plant characteristics, pests and diseases, growth requirements, and uses.
Contains propagation info for more than 70 indigenous and endemic plants. Plants selected for inclusion have actual or potential value as landscape, lei, medicine, fiber, food, or wood products. Includes a brief description of the plant, its habitat, and propagation techniques.
Images of 2,500 species from the personal collection of biologists Forest & Kim Starr. All images are free to use, with attribution.
Includes millions of pages of taxonomic literature, representing over 100,000 titles and over 170,000 volumes. The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) is a consortium of natural history and botanical libraries that cooperate to digitize the legacy literature of biodiversity held in their collections.
Search for books, DVDs, and other resources available in the UHMC library or online.
IMPORTANT: If you find a book that's available at another UH library, you may request that the book be mailed to our Library for you (allow 5-7 business days) - click "Get It" in the item record, log in with your UH username and password, then select "Maui CC" as your pick-up location. You will receive an email notification when the items are ready to be picked up.
See example books below: