Olamaka

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(Kuo leʻei mei Catha vitiensis)
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Olamaka
fakamolemole, hala faitā
Fakafaʻafaʻahinga fakasaienisi
Puleʻanga: ʻakau
Vahe: ʻakau matala
Haʻa: lautengaʻiua
Holongā: celastrales
Kāinga: CELASTRACEAE
Kāinga ofi: Maytenus
Faʻahinga: vitiensis
Hingoa kakato lōua
Maytenus vitiensis (A.Gray) Seem.
Hingoa lea fakapilitānia: Southpacific maiten

Ko e olamaka ko e fuʻu ʻakau lahi ia. ʻOku ui foki ko e Catha vitiensis, Gymnosporia vitiensis, mo e Gymnosporia samoensis.

Ngaahi faʻahinga kehekehe[fatuʻi vahe | edit source]

  • olamaka; koʻeni
  • olamaka = langakali vao = tautau-ʻa-manu = maʻamaʻalava, Elaeocarpus tonganus (ELAEOCARPACEAE)
  • olamaka = filimoto = kakalaʻuli, Xylosma orbiculatum
  • olamaka, Canthium barbatum
  • olamaka, Psydrax odorata

Tataku[fatuʻi vahe | edit source]

  • http://cookislands.bishopmuseum.org/species.asp?id=6379
  • Hokohoko ngaahi ʻakau; Vaʻa fekumi ngoue Vainī
  • Tongan dictionary; C.M. Churchward
  • Multipurpose trees for agroforestry in the Pacific islands; R.R. Thaman, C.R. Elevitch, K.M. Wilkinson
  • Plants of Tonga; T.G. Yuncker; BPB bulletin 220, Honolulu 1959
  • D.R. Drake et al., Rain forest vegetation of ʻEua Island, New Zealand Journal of Botany 34, 1996
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