Limu: An Ethnobotanical Study of Some Hawaiian Seaweeds

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Abbott published Limu: An Ethnobotanical Study of Some Hawaiian Seaweeds in book form in 1984. In it she pinned down fourteen different species of limu that have both scientific and Hawaiian names, i.e., those that have documented value as a food source for the Hawaiians.

National Tropical Botanical Garden
Isabella Aiona Abbott
Softcover
39 pp.

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