Taro & O’opu

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Sep 292014
 

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Spending the summer with his grandparents  in Laie John always spoke about cleaning the  Taro Patches and the O’opu that lived within its water. This quilt was designed by John for those summer days in the country. 45″ x 45″  Designed by John Serrao/js662-bk8

Read more about the O’opu by clicking on the photo from The Hawaii Biological Survey.  Here are some other amazing links about the Oopu.

Hamakua Marsh, Pacific WorldsHawaii Nature Journal

 

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