Kōkōuri | Kōkōtea

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Māori names can reflect the fruiting season. After the hīnau (or Elaeocarpus dentatus, a tall forest tree) have finished fruiting, male kōkō are called kōkōuri and females kōkōtea in the Mataatua tribal area.

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