Destructive bee parasite found in Hawaii
In Hawaii's warm, moist environment, interlopers have flourished. Known as invasive species, they pillage native forests, screech through the night in suburban neighborhoods and root around in rural taro patches.
HONOLULU — Everyone thought the humuhumunukunukuapuaa was Hawaii's state fish. As it turns out, the brightly colored fish with the excessively long name has been dethroned.