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The following species are generally considered to be canoe plants in Hawaiʻi:
Seed and pollen samples taken from Kauaʻi's Makauwahi Cave indicate that Pandanus tectorius and Cordia subcordata actually predate human arrival, while fossilized coconut pollen has been discovered in a salt lake on Laysan. However, similar or additional varieties could also have been transported by Polynesians.
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