Taxonomy Colocasia esculenta var. esculenta
Habit Short, stiffly erect, stocky, producing 5-10 ‘ohā.
Corm White flesh with yellowish fibers; cortex white to cream-colored.
Petiole Light green with light greenish edge, a white area above the base.
Leaf blade Broadly ovate, almost horizontal, somewhat crinkled but not cupped, dark green; piko yellowish; lobes acute and usually overlapping, with medium-cut sinus.
Origin Hawaiian variety.
Cultivation Dryland and wetland cultivation?; matures in 9-12 months.
Uses Table taro.
Comments Moana, meaning "broad" in Hawaiian, probably refers to the broad, ovate leaf blades.