- Hosts: Native hardwoods
- Distribution: Varies by species – see table p. 3 of source document
- Management: Prune affected branches and destroy them (do not use as mulch). Limit management to high-value forestry or landscape settings since these plants have a useful part in Hawaii‘s ecosystem.
Source: Hawaiian Mistletoes (Korthalsella Species), Dr. Scot Nelson and Dr. J.B. Friday, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Cooperative Extension Service, Plant Disease PD-62, January 2009.