Pi´ao Palaoan. Bambusa vulgaris: a hollow stemmed grass native to Asia and presently the most common bamboo on Guam. Introduced to Guam from the Philippines and now an invasive species of ravine habitats. Uses: construction, water vessels, irrigation, edible young shoots.
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