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Para te hau, para te ōue, para te rahurahu”. A pathway cannot be found easily without clearing a track through the undergrowth. The ear of Haumiatiketike (mushroom) dominates the undergrowth deep within ‘Te Puke a Tāne’. Rongo made peace and departed, leaving the floor of the forest for the open space. Haumiatiketike cannot leave the canopy. Hau requires the shades and the ongaonga to be protected from Te Hokowhitu ā Tū. So, when Te Hokowhitu ā Tū go into the canopy, there is strategy needed to regain control.