Cyanea superba subsp. superba
Hāhā or Superb cyanea
Endemic to the Hawaiian Islands (N. Waiʻanae Mountains, Oʻahu only)
IUCN: Extinct in the Wild
The generic name Cyanea is from the Greek, cyaneos, blue, referring to the supposedly blue flowers of the type species, Cyanea grimesiana, which in reality are white or to purplish.
The specific epithet superba, means magnificent or superb.