The Arbutus Tree - a common sight in Killarney National Park.
The Irish for arbutus tree is 'Crann Caithne' which translates as 'the crooked tree'. Many arbutus trees have a distinct crooked appearance, often due to their windswept location on the lakeshore.
The presence of Arbutus is evident in the Derrycunnihy placename. Doire Caithne is one translation that has been used in the past . 'Doire' = Oak, 'Caithne' = Arbutus.
Read more about Derrycunnihy: killarneyguide.ie/derrycunnihy-cascade/