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At-Risk Species and Habitats Lists

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December 2009

SOC


C

T

E



PT

PE

MPS



LP

At-Risk


Candidate

Endangered

Endemic

Extinct


Extirpated

Indigenous

Locally Protected

Proposed


Rare and Declining 

Habitats


Species of Concern

Taxon


Threatened

No longer in the wild on that island, either in the wild someplace else or in 

cultivation or captivity.

Acronyms

Species of Concern



Glossary

Candidate

Threatened

Put forth by USFWS or NMFS for listing as threatened or endangered.

Federally and locally listed species or habitats and all species listed under the 

Comprehensive Wildlife Strategies for each Pacific Islands Area location.

At risk of becoming extinct. Protected under the USA Endangered Species Act.

Native only to one particular island or area. Locally unique.

No longer in existence.

Proposed Threatened

Native to an area but also native elsewhere.

Listed by local government as threatened or endangered. Protected by local 

laws.

Proposed Endangered



Locally Protected

Not officially recognized by an agency but rare enough to be on a watch list.

Scientific name for an organism

At risk of becoming endangered.  Protected under the US Endangered Species 

Act.

Provide habitat for at-risk species.



You may use the filters in the column headings to limit the list to a particular island or other criteria. 

Under consideration by USFWS or NMFS for listing as threatened or 

endangered.

TECHNICAL NOTE

USDA     NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE     PACIFIC ISLANDS AREA

Biology Technical Note No. 22

At-Risk Species and Habitats Lists

This technical note includes lists of "At-Risk" animal and plant species and "Rare and Declining 

Habitats" for locations in the Pacific Islands Area.  The locations are:  American Samoa, 

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Territory of Guam, and the State of Hawaii. The lists 

may be used for conservation planning purposes or to identify "At-Risk" species for NRCS 

conservation (Farm Bill) programs.

Endangered

Marine Protected Species



At-Risk Species and Habitats Lists

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December 2009

The lists were compiled from the Federal and Local listings (as threatened, endangered, candidate or 

species of concern) and the Comprehensive Wildlife Strategies for each of the Pacific Islands Area 

(PIA) locations. The NRCS PIA State Office has chosen to use these sources to determine "At-Risk" 

species. Copies of the strategies and additional information are available upon request from the State 

Biologist. Lists were not developed for the other PIA locations (Federated States of Micronesia, 

Republic of Palau, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands) because no at-risk species or habitats 

have been complied for these locations.



At-Risk Species and Habitats Lists

Page 1 of 5 

December 2009

Type

Taxon

Common Names

Family

Nativity

Fed 

Status

State 

Status

Wild Status

Island

Habitat

Location

Bird


Anas superciliosa 

Debar (Palau); Toloa (Samoa), Gray 

Guck, Australian Black Duck, Pacific 

Black Duck

Anatidae

Indigenous

Tutuila

wetlands


regularly found 

only from the tiny 

nearshore island of 

Aunu’u.


Bird

Aplonis atrifusca 

Fuia (Samoa), Samoan Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic

Olosega (Manua 



Group)

Found in both in forests and around villages and 

plantations. Often seen in small flocks. Can be an 

agricultural pest. habitat generalist, and is not subject to 

significant human predation. It is listed as a

priority species due to its endemism, its signi

Bird

Aplonis atrifusca 



Fuia (Samoa), Samoan Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic

Tutuila


Found in both in forests and around villages and 

plantations. Often seen in small flocks. Can be an 

agricultural pest. habitat generalist, and is not subject to 

significant human predation. It is listed as a

priority species due to its endemism, its signi

Bird


Aplonis atrifusca 

Fuia (Samoa), Samoan Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic


Ofu (Manua 

Group)


Found in both in forests and around villages and 

plantations. Often seen in small flocks. Can be an 

agricultural pest. habitat generalist, and is not subject to 

significant human predation. It is listed as a

priority species due to its endemism, its signi

Bird


Aplonis atrifusca 

Fuia (Samoa), Samoan Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic


Tau

Found in both in forests and around villages and 

plantations. Often seen in small flocks. Can be an 

agricultural pest. habitat generalist, and is not subject to 

significant human predation. It is listed as a

priority species due to its endemism, its signi

Bird

Aplonis tabuensis manuae Mitti Vao (Samoa), Polynesian Starling, 



Striped Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic

Ofu (Manua 



Group)

On most islands bold and conspicuous. Found at all 

elevations, often near towns and villages in coconut and 

breadfruit trees. In Samoa, where Samoan Starling also 

present, shyer and more often seen in montane forests.

Bird


Aplonis tabuensis manuae Mitti Vao (Samoa), Polynesian Starling, 

Striped Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic


Olosega (Manua 

Group)


On most islands bold and conspicuous. Found at all 

elevations, often near towns and villages in coconut and 

breadfruit trees. In Samoa, where Samoan Starling also 

present, shyer and more often seen in montane forests.

Bird

Aplonis tabuensis manuae Mitti Vao (Samoa), Polynesian Starling, 



Striped Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic

Tau


On most islands bold and conspicuous. Found at all 

elevations, often near towns and villages in coconut and 

breadfruit trees. In Samoa, where Samoan Starling also 

present, shyer and more often seen in montane forests.

Bird

Aplonis tabuensis manuae Mitti Vao (Samoa), Polynesian Starling, 



Striped Starling

Sturnidae

Endemic

Tutuila


On most islands bold and conspicuous. Found at all 

elevations, often near towns and villages in coconut and 

breadfruit trees. In Samoa, where Samoan Starling also 

present, shyer and more often seen in montane forests.

Bird

Clytorhynchus vitiensis 



, Fiji Shrikebill, Uniform Shrikebill

Pachycephalidae Indigenous

Extirpated

Ofu (Manua 

Group)

Found in dense forest.



Bird

Clytorhynchus vitiensis 

, Fiji Shrikebill, Uniform Shrikebill

Pachycephalidae Indigenous

Extirpated

Olosega (Manua 

Group)

Found in dense forest.



Bird

Ducula pacifica 

Lupe (Samoa), Pacific Pigeon, Pacific 

Imperial Pigeon

Columbidae

Indigenous

Tutuila

Forest canopy or in dry beach-strand vegetation.



Bird

Gallicolumba stairi stairi

Tu`aimeo - 

♀,Tutauifa - ♂ (Samoa), Shy 

Ground Dove, Friendly Ground Dove, 

Tongan Ground Dove

Columbidae

Indigenous

C

Ofu (Manua 



Group)

scrubby bush and bamboo thickets on smaller islands and 

lowland and montane forest on larger ones. It feeds on 

seeds, fruit, buds, young leaves, snails, insects and 

caterpillars on the forest floor and in the undergrowth

Bird


Gallicolumba stairi stairi

Tu`aimeo - 

♀,Tutauifa - ♂ (Samoa), Shy 

Ground Dove, Friendly Ground Dove, 

Tongan Ground Dove

Columbidae

Indigenous

C

Olosega (Manua 



Group)

scrubby bush and bamboo thickets on smaller islands and 

lowland and montane forest on larger ones. It feeds on 

seeds, fruit, buds, young leaves, snails, insects and 

caterpillars on the forest floor and in the undergrowth

Bird


Porphyrio porphyrio 

Uek (Palau), Pukeko; Manu Ali`i, 

Manuali`i (Samoa), Purple Swamphen, 

Purple Gallinule, Pukeko

Rallidae

Indigenous

Tutuila

Taro patches, banana plantations, and other lowland wet 



places

Bird


Porzana tabuensis 

, Spotless Crake, Sooty Rail, Sooty 

Crake

Rallidae


Indigenous

C

Rare



Tau

lowland agricultural areas, semiwetland, and secondary 

forests; Many habitats including coastal marshes, fern-

covered hillsides, and secondary forests. May forage in 

intertidal zone

Bird


Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Tau

Bird


Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Ofu (Manua 

Group)


American Samoa At-Risk Animals

As of: December 2009



At-Risk Species and Habitats Lists

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December 2009

Type

Taxon

Common Names

Family

Nativity

Fed 

Status

State 

Status

Wild Status

Island

Habitat

Location

American Samoa At-Risk Animals

As of: December 2009

Bird

Pseudobulweria rostrata 



, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Tutuila


Bird

Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Aunuu (Manua 

Group)

Bird


Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Rose Atoll

Bird


Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Olosega (Manua 

Group)


Bird

Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

American Samoa - 

All islands

Bird


Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Manua Group

Bird


Pseudobulweria rostrata 

, Tahiti Petrel, Peale's Petrel

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Swains

Bird


Pterodroma arminjoniana 

Ta`i`o (Samoa), Herald Petrel, Trindade 

Petrel

Procellariidae



Indigenous

Tutuila


Bird

Pterodroma arminjoniana 

Ta`i`o (Samoa), Herald Petrel, Trindade 

Petrel


Procellariidae

Indigenous

Tau

Bird


Pterodroma brevipes 

Ta`i`o (Samoa), Collared Petrel, Gould's 

Petrel

Procellariidae



Possibly 

Indigenous

Tau

open sea


Bird

Ptilinopus perousii perousii Manu Ma (Chamorro); Manuma (Samoa), 

Many-colored Fruit Dove, Rainbow Dove

Columbidae

Indigenous

C

Olosega (Manua 



Group)

Mature forests

Bird

Ptilinopus perousii perousii Manu Ma (Chamorro); Manuma (Samoa), 



Many-colored Fruit Dove, Rainbow Dove

Columbidae

Indigenous

C

Tau



Mature forests

Bird


Ptilinopus perousii perousii Manu Ma (Chamorro); Manuma (Samoa), 

Many-colored Fruit Dove, Rainbow Dove

Columbidae

Indigenous

C

Tutuila


Mature forests

Bird


Ptilinopus perousii perousii Manu Ma (Chamorro); Manuma (Samoa), 

Many-colored Fruit Dove, Rainbow Dove

Columbidae

Indigenous

C

Ofu (Manua 



Group)

Mature forests

Bird

Ptilinopus porphyraceus 



Manutagi (Samoa), Purple-capped Fruit 

Dove, Crimson-crowned Fruit Dove, 

Purple-capped Fruit-Dove

Columbidae

Indigenous

Tutuila


Bird

Puffinus lherminieri 

Ochaieu (Palau);  Ta`i`o (Samoa), 

Audubon's Shearwater, Dusky 

Shearwater

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Tutuila


Bird

Puffinus nativitatis 

Ta`i`o (Samoa), Christmas Shearwater

Procellariidae

Possibly 

Indigenous

Tau

Bird


Puffinus pacificus 

`Ua`u kani (Hawaii); Ta`i`o (Samoa), 

Wedge-tailed Shearwater

Procellariidae

Indigenous

Tutuila


Bird

Sterna anaethetus 

Bedebedechakl (Palau), Bridled Tern

Laridae


Vagrant/ 

Uncommon 

Visitor

Tutuila


Bird

Vini australis 

Sega, Segaula (Samoa), Blue-crowned 

Lorikeet, Blue-crowned Lory

Psittacidae

Indigenous

Ofu (Manua 

Group)


Plantations and second growth forests. Particularly fond of 

coconut and Erythrina trees. Cavity nesters

Insect

Papilio godeffroyi 



, swallowtail

Papilionidae

Endemic

Rare


American Samoa - 

All islands

Larvae were recently found on Micromelum minutum, a 

relatively common plant species in forest edges and 

disturbed habitats. It is possible that other species in the 

Rutaceae and  Araliaceae families are important food 

plants for the larvae

Mammal


Emballonura semicaudata 

semicaudata

peapeavai, pe’ape’a vai (Samoa), bat, 

Pacific sheath-tailed bat

Emballonuridae

Indigenous

C

Possibly Extinct Tau



roost in caves, although they may possibly use

rockfalls on cliff faces or hollows of large trees (such as 

banyans), and even man-made

structures such as under bridges (Lemke 1986, Grant 

1993, Grant et al. 1994, Hutson

et al. 2001, Esselstyn et al. 2004).

Mammal

Emballonura semicaudata 



semicaudata

peapeavai, pe’ape’a vai (Samoa), bat, 

Pacific sheath-tailed bat

Emballonuridae

Indigenous

C

Possibly Extinct Aunuu (Manua 



Group)

roost in caves, although they may possibly use

rockfalls on cliff faces or hollows of large trees (such as 

banyans), and even man-made

structures such as under bridges (Lemke 1986, Grant 

1993, Grant et al. 1994, Hutson

et al. 2001, Esselstyn et al. 2004).


At-Risk Species and Habitats Lists

Page 3 of 5 

December 2009

Type

Taxon

Common Names

Family

Nativity

Fed 

Status

State 

Status

Wild Status

Island

Habitat

Location

American Samoa At-Risk Animals

As of: December 2009

Mammal

Emballonura semicaudata 



semicaudata

peapeavai, pe’ape’a vai (Samoa), bat, 

Pacific sheath-tailed bat

Emballonuridae

Indigenous

C

Possibly Extinct Olosega (Manua 



Group)

roost in caves, although they may possibly use

rockfalls on cliff faces or hollows of large trees (such as 

banyans), and even man-made

structures such as under bridges (Lemke 1986, Grant 

1993, Grant et al. 1994, Hutson

et al. 2001, Esselstyn et al. 2004).

Mammal


Emballonura semicaudata 

semicaudata

peapeavai, pe’ape’a vai (Samoa), bat, 

Pacific sheath-tailed bat

Emballonuridae

Indigenous

C

Possibly Extinct Ofu (Manua 



Group)

roost in caves, although they may possibly use

rockfalls on cliff faces or hollows of large trees (such as 

banyans), and even man-made

structures such as under bridges (Lemke 1986, Grant 

1993, Grant et al. 1994, Hutson

et al. 2001, Esselstyn et al. 2004).

Mammal


Emballonura semicaudata 

semicaudata

peapeavai, pe’ape’a vai (Samoa), bat, 

Pacific sheath-tailed bat

Emballonuridae

Indigenous

C

Possibly Extinct American Samoa - 



All islands

roost in caves, although they may possibly use

rockfalls on cliff faces or hollows of large trees (such as 

banyans), and even man-made

structures such as under bridges (Lemke 1986, Grant 

1993, Grant et al. 1994, Hutson

et al. 2001, Esselstyn et al. 2004).

Mammal


Emballonura semicaudata 

semicaudata

peapeavai, pe’ape’a vai (Samoa), bat, 

Pacific sheath-tailed bat

Emballonuridae

Indigenous

C

Possibly Extinct Manua Group



roost in caves, although they may possibly use

rockfalls on cliff faces or hollows of large trees (such as 

banyans), and even man-made

structures such as under bridges (Lemke 1986, Grant 

1993, Grant et al. 1994, Hutson

et al. 2001, Esselstyn et al. 2004).

Mammal

Emballonura semicaudata 



semicaudata

peapeavai, pe’ape’a vai (Samoa), bat, 

Pacific sheath-tailed bat

Emballonuridae

Indigenous

C

Possibly Extinct Tutuila



roost in caves, although they may possibly use

rockfalls on cliff faces or hollows of large trees (such as 

banyans), and even man-made

structures such as under bridges (Lemke 1986, Grant 

1993, Grant et al. 1994, Hutson

et al. 2001, Esselstyn et al. 2004).

Mollusk

Diastole matafaoi 



sisi (Chamorro), Mount Matafao different 

snail


Helicarionidae

Endemic


SOC

American Samoa - 

All islands

Mollusk


Diastole schmeltziana 

sisi (Chamorro), 

Helicarionidae

Endemic


SOC

American Samoa - 

All islands

Reptile


Candoia bibroni 

gata (Samoa), Pacific Boa, Bibron's 

Bevel-nosed Boa, Bibron's Keel-scaled 

Boa, Pacific Tree Boa

Boidae

Indigenous



LP

Extirpated

Tutuila

Reptile


Candoia bibroni 

gata (Samoa), Pacific Boa, Bibron's 

Bevel-nosed Boa, Bibron's Keel-scaled 

Boa, Pacific Tree Boa

Boidae

Indigenous



LP

Tau


Marine 

Mammal


Balaenoptera 

acutorostrata 

, minke whale

Balaenopteridae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Balaenoptera borealis 

bayena (Chamorro), Sei whale

Balaenopteridae

Indigenous

E

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Balaenoptera edeni 

bayena (Chamorro), Bryde's whale

Balaenopteridae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Balaenoptera musculus 

, blue whale

Balaenopteridae

Indigenous

E

American Samoa - 



All islands

Oceanic.


Marine 

Mammal


Balaenoptera physalus 

, fin whale

Balaenopteridae

Indigenous

E

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Delphinus delphis 

, common dolphin, saddle-backed 

dolphin, short-beaked common dolphin, 

short-beaked saddle-backed dolphin

short-beaked saddleback dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Feresa attenuata 

, pygmy killer whale

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Globicephala 

macrorhynchus 

bayena (Chamorro), short-finned pilot 

whale


Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Grampus griseus 

toninos (Chamorro), Risso's dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Kogia breviceps 

bayena (Chamorro), pygmy sperm whale Physeteridae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands



At-Risk Species and Habitats Lists

Page 4 of 5 

December 2009

Type

Taxon

Common Names

Family

Nativity

Fed 

Status

State 

Status

Wild Status

Island

Habitat

Location

American Samoa At-Risk Animals

As of: December 2009

Marine 

Mammal


Kogia sima 

bayena (Chamorro), dwarf sperm whale

Physeteridae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Lagenodelphis hosei 

, Fraser's dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Megaptera novaeangliae 

kohola (Hawaii); bayena (Chamorro), 

humpback whale

Balaenopteridae

Indigenous

E

E



American Samoa - 

All islands

Ocean only

Marine 


Mammal

Mesoplodon densirostris 

, Blainville's beaked whale,Blainesville's 

beaked whale, densebeaked whale

Ziphiidae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Orcinus orca 

bayena (Chamorro), killer whale

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Peponocephala electra 

bayena (Chamorro), melon-head whale

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Physeter macrocephalus 

palaoa (Hawaii); bayena (Chamorro), 

sperm whale

Physeteridae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Pseudorca crassidens 

, false killer whale

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Stenella attenuata 

nai'a (Hawaii), spotted dolphin, 

pantropical spotted dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Stenella coeruleoalba 

nai'a (Hawaii); toninos (Chamorro), 

striped dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Stenella longirostris 

nai'a (Hawaii); toninos (Chamorro), 

spinner dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS


American Samoa - 

All islands

Marine 

Mammal


Steno bredanensis 

nai'a (Hawaii), rough-toothed dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Tursiops truncatus 

nai`a (Hawaii), bottlenose dolphin, 

Pacific bottlenose dolphin

Delphinidae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Mammal

Ziphius cavirostris 

bayena (Chamorro), Cuvier's beaked 

whale


Ziphiidae

Indigenous

MPS

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Reptile

Caretta caretta 

, loggerhead sea turtle, loggerhead 

(incidental in Hawaii)

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Ofu (Manua 



Group)

marine


Marine 

Reptile


Caretta caretta 

, loggerhead sea turtle, loggerhead 

(incidental in Hawaii)

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Rose Atoll



marine

Marine 


Reptile

Caretta caretta 

, loggerhead sea turtle, loggerhead 

(incidental in Hawaii)

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Olosega (Manua 



Group)

marine


Marine 

Reptile


Caretta caretta 

, loggerhead sea turtle, loggerhead 

(incidental in Hawaii)

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Swains



marine

Marine 


Reptile

Caretta caretta 

, loggerhead sea turtle, loggerhead 

(incidental in Hawaii)

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Tutuila


marine

Marine 


Reptile

Caretta caretta 

, loggerhead sea turtle, loggerhead 

(incidental in Hawaii)

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Tau


marine

Marine 


Reptile

Caretta caretta 

, loggerhead sea turtle, loggerhead 

(incidental in Hawaii)

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

American Samoa - 



All islands

Marine 


Reptile

Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Olosega (Manua 



Group)

marine


Marine 

Reptile


Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Manua Group



marine

Marine 


Reptile

Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

American Samoa - 



All islands

marine


Marine 

Reptile


Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Swains



marine

Marine 


Reptile

Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Ofu (Manua 



Group)

marine


Marine 

Reptile


Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Tau



marine

Marine 


Reptile

Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Rose Atoll



marine

Marine 


Reptile

Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Aunuu (Manua 



Group)

marine


Marine 

Reptile


Chelonia mydas 

honu (Hawaii); hagsan (Chamorro); 

laumei (Samoa), green sea turtle

Cheloniidae

Indigenous

T

Aunuu (Manua 



Group)

marine


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