Kīpuka noun
ki·​pu·​ka | \ kēˈpükə\
plural -s

an area of older land ranging in size from a few square feet to several square miles surrounded by later lava flows
// kipukas result from either topographic irregularities or the viscosity of the lava 
— H. T. Stearns & G. A. Macdonald

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Pāhoehoe and Aa flows — Brocken Inaglory https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pāhoehoe_and_Aa_flows_at_Hawaii.jpg

Pāhoehoe lava flow — Brocken Inaglory

Pāhoehoe lava flows 1 — Rufiyaa

Hawaiian Kipuka — Thomas Tunsch

Kipuka Pāhoehoe lava flow — Thomas Tunsch 

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