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Lavender honey

Posted by blueberrytalk on June 24, 2010

The Alii Kula lavender farm on Maui sells lavender honey so we bought a sample. As a bonus we watched a Jackson’s Chameleon travel along a strand of barbed wire.

In 1972, the Jackson’s Chameleon (Chamaeloeo¬†jacksonii) was introduced to the Hawaiian Islands from its native land of Kenya and Tanzania. In the last 30 + years, these species have multiplied and formed a large breeding population on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Hawaii.¬†.. Their abundance may be underestimated based on the fact that these chameleon’s are difficult to see unless you happen to look right at one. Source:http://www.explorebiodiversity.com/Hawaii/BiodiversityForgotten/Wildlife/Reptiles/Lizards%20-%20Chameleons.htm

jackson's Chameleon

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