Species Profiles for Hawaii and the Pacific Basin
Hawaiian Sphinx Moth The Hawaiian sphinx moth, an example of of Hawaii's unique fauna. Image: Forest and Kim Starr (Public Domain)

Species profiles are a common and efficient framework used to organize and display a wide array of information on a species level. There are many organizations that maintain and publish web-based profiles for Hawaii and Pacific Basin species.

PBIN has created a prototype species information "mashup" for Hawaii Species of Greatest Conservation Need. Data is being aggregated from multiple sources into one integrated tool. Explore the species mashup!

Choose a category and use the lists below to discover other web-based species profiles!

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