A suggestion from Art Whistler was:
Photo (left) P scutellaria 'Tricochleata'. This variety has yellowish-green leaflets that are roughly divided into three, toothed lobes. It is common in American Samoa, as are the Pseudocercospora leaf spots. The leaves of P scutellaria are noticeably larger, entire, and lightly scalloped, but not toothed.
A cultivar[nb 1] is a plant or grouping of plants selected for desirable characteristics that can be maintained by propagation. Most cultivars have arisen in cultivation but a few are special selections from the wild.