I don't know what this palm is.

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We saw this poor starving, never watered specimen in Rookwood cemetery, (Sydney) it has parts vandalized, burned, dug out, rotted.

It is probably obvious to someone what it is, it is a tough one. No thorns or spikes.  Could it be a Trachy?

The neighbouring Queens and Canaries seemed happy enough though.

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Looks like a Trachycarpus. Did you get any zoom shots of the leaves?

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Trachycarpus, in very bad condition. 

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That looks kinda like a trachycarpus, but in very poor shape.  

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Crappycarpus

 

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Ok thanks, yes Tex that was the only thing in bad shape around there.

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The palms are the only reason why I visit Rookwood cemetery 

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