Genus Canavalia

Clementea Cav. Cryptophaeseolus Kuntze Wenderothia Schltdl.

Species in the genus Canavalia of plants

 
 

Molokai jackbean - The plant is a vine with red-purple pealike flowers. It inhabits exposed, steep cliffs in dry and mesic forests that are dominated by ??hi?a lehua and ?a?ali?i at elevations of 850930 m . Associated plants include ??hinahina , ?akoko , pilo , p?kiawe , and ??kia .

 
 

Makaha Valley jackbean - Its natural habitats are tropical dry forests, lowland moist forests, dry shrublands, and moist shrublands. It is threatened by habitat destruction, mainly due to introduced grazing mammals. There are no more than 206 individual plants left in five populations along the N? Pali Coast.

Jack Bean - Its natural habitats are dry forests and low shrublands. It is threatened by habitat destruction, mainly due to introduced grazing mammals.