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Dypsis albofarinosa

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Dypsis leptocheilos jungle more than 60 in this patch

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Bismarckia

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Seeding raphia farinifera :D

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Dypsis onilahensis,these ones are in the dog pen never watered,they have a hard life with 3dogs runing around them all day.ps the dogs are 60kg not small.

Ive tryed to post larger photos but it will not take them,it could be the programs I am useing, if Wal comes up this way I will see if he can do something different maybe even some video!! anyway till then I'm stuck with this sorry guys and girls.

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(bgl @ Dec. 05 2006,15:10)

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Great photos Clayton! Thanks for posting!

About the method, I realize a lot of people are using Photobucket, and that seems to be an excellent way. I have never used Photobucket. I simply post one photo at a time (and mine, for whatever reason, comes out larger than Clayton's in this thread) and the quality seems to be perfectly fine. Also, I happen to prefer the one-at-a-time approach because that way I can put a name, or description, for each individual photo without any risk of confusion. Sometimes with multiple photos when there's text between two photos I have to do a double-check whether the text refers to the photo above or below. If it's just a question of Clayton posting larger photos, I'm sure that there's a way for him to do that directly into a specific thread.

Bo-Göran

I'm with you Bo!!! :D

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A photo of the dogs that live with the d.onilahensis :P

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This dypsis has 2 forms the other form looks like D.paludosa but has spicate inflorescences it also seems to branch from every ring, this sp is very common and is sold under many names I will try to take some better photos in the next few days. ???

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Dypsis paludosa and d.sp both forms

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Dypsis Paludosa.

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Dypsis linearis, this sp seems to x with whatever other sp it grows with. it can have etire leaves for a long time then it will change into its normal leaf form its very common and is sold under many different names will grow in the sun but is best in the shade.

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Dypsis sp this is the sp that came with d.orange crush.. seed looked identicial very slow growing this plant is over 16 years old.

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some licualas photos to brake the dypsis up

Licuala orbicularis

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Licuala bidentata

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Licuala Filiformis entire

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Licuala grandis

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Licuala radula

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Licuala sp aff platydactyla

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Licuala spicata

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Licuala sp

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(Utopia Palms @ Dec. 06 2006,12:06)

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Dypsis sp this is the sp that came with d.orange crush.. seed looked identicial very slow growing this plant is over 16 years old.

This looks like a stretched out D. O.C.W.S., D. prestoniana, D. big curly, D. Jurrasic..... that whole thing.  I wonder if it's so slow due to lack of sun?

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Another shot at Licuala radula this sp is easy to grow and takes the cold very well. :D  :D

For the photo above, its growing in full sun the foxtails behind were planted a few years after, these have never been watered. its just slow!!ps not the best soil more rock than soil and all the others palm have grown in the same area.

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CALYPTROCALYX SP TIMENUM,this sp takes the cold very well this plant is full grown !!

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What temp  can the Calyptrocalyx take? Is this the only one that is cold hardy? Great looking palm, enjoying all your photos so far thank you.

                                       Shon

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Calyptrocalyx hollrungii

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Calyptrocalyx micholitzii,also full grown.

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(Shon @ Dec. 06 2006,15:53)

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What temp  can the Calyptrocalyx take? Is this the only one that is cold hardy? Great looking palm, enjoying all your photos so far thank you.

                                       Shon

Hi Shon  this sp comes from 1000m alt it takes temps here down to 3 deg around 35 far,it would probley take lower temps but would need a little protection of other palms or plants,all these palms im listing all take this temp.There are a least 5 calyptrocalyx that should grow very well in cali u.s.a. or sydney australia

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Calyptrocalyx sp kainlas

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I just took this photo of the new leaf of pinanga crassipes verigated.

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This is a seedling of the new lemurophoenix sp

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Wow, great stuff Clayton, thanks.

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Great photos.  When I was at Floribunda a couple years ago, Jeff showed me what he thought was a new Lemurophoenix species, the only difference I could see was the petiole coloration was more speckled I think.  Is there a new Lemurophoenix species recognized?  Do you think yours is the same as what Jeff Marcus has?  What is different about it?

Looks cool.

Matt

PS.  I made a guess on the first page that the Dypsis that you did not give the ID on (told people to guess) was a decaryiXcabadae.  Wal seemed to indicate taht was correct but you never gave the final word.  A beautiful palm, is that the correct ID?

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(Matt in SD @ Dec. 06 2006,18:15)

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Great photos.  When I was at Floribunda a couple years ago, Jeff showed me what he thought was a new Lemurophoenix species, the only difference I could see was the petiole coloration was more speckled I think.  Is there a new Lemurophoenix species recognized?  Do you think yours is the same as what Jeff Marcus has?  What is different about it?

Looks cool.

Matt

PS.  I made a guess on the first page that the Dypsis that you did not give the ID on (told people to guess) was a decaryiXcabadae.  Wal seemed to indicate taht was correct but you never gave the final word.  A beautiful palm, is that the correct ID?

Hi matt, yes its the same thing i supplied jeff with them, the only thing that looks the same is the seed (but a lot smaller, the palm it's self looks nothing like the L.HALLEUXII. AND YES YOU WERE RIGHT IT IS A D.CABADAE CROSS thIS ONE STAYED SINGLE STEM BUT SOME OF THE OTHERS ARE CLUMPING,THIS PALM IS ABOUT 18 YEARS OLD.

HAVE YOU TRYED ANY OF THE CALYPTROCALYX ? THEY ARE VERY EASY TO GROW, JEFF ,SEARL AND JEFF MARCUS SHOULD HAVE MANY DIFFRENT TYPES THAT IVE BEEN SENDING FOR MANY YEARS.

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this licuala has been flowering now for 3 years could keep this one in side as it's so small. :cool:

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Dypsis eriostachys flowering plant

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Another photo of d.forficifolia, the stems of this palm look fantastic

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marojeya

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Ravenea sambiranensis

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Calyptrocalyx sp yamu tumune

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Iguanura bicornis .this palm is now making lots of seed sets with no help, I wish they all were like that.

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