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virtualpalm

Any ideas on this one?

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Jody

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Eric F

Heterospathe elata?

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Ken Johnson

splendida? IDK

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TikiRick

Livistona fulva.

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virtualpalm

splendida? IDK

Yep

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Ken Johnson

splendida? IDK

Yep

splendida? IDK

Yep

Wow!

Here's one that is just a cool picture I cropped.

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Ken Johnson

Here is another one.

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virtualpalm

Nice photos, Ken. Care to try ID'ing the two species involved in this photo?

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Jody

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virtualpalm

No takers on this one?

Jody

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Ken Johnson

No takers on this one?

Jody

coccothrinax and pritchardia?

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Gallop

Any Ideas, growing in the ground in the greenhouse.

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David Clulow

It looks like a to me Latania to me possibly Latania lontaroides

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virtualpalm

There are no Coccothrinax, Pritchardia, or Latania in my photo. Here is another photo that might provide some clues:

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Jody

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virtualpalm

Any Ideas, growing in the ground in the greenhouse.

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Paul, I have no idea. Care to provide a clue?

Jody

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sarasota alex

Here is another one.

Carpentaria?

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sarasota alex

Wow!

Here's one that is just a cool picture I cropped.

C. crinita?

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sarasota alex

Any Ideas, growing in the ground in the greenhouse.

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Dypsis arenarum?

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sarasota alex

There are no Coccothrinax, Pritchardia, or Latania in my photo. Here is another photo that might provide some clues:

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Jody

Desmoncus and Copernicia?

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Ken Johnson

Wow!

Here's one that is just a cool picture I cropped.

C. crinita?

Nope. From another continent.

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David Clulow

Latania lontaroides ?

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Ken Johnson

Here is another one.

Carpentaria?

No but not to far away.

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virtualpalm

There are no Coccothrinax, Pritchardia, or Latania in my photo. Here is another photo that might provide some clues:

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Jody

Desmoncus and Copernicia?

Hey, Alex. No and Yes... care the guess the species of Copernicia?

Jody

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sarasota alex

Wow!

Here's one that is just a cool picture I cropped.

C. crinita?

Nope. From another continent.

What was I thinking? Reduplicate leaflets - Guihaia argyrata

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virtualpalm

I was thinking Guihaia also, Alex.

Jody

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Ken Johnson

Wow!

Here's one that is just a cool picture I cropped.

C. crinita?

Nope. From another continent.

What was I thinking? Reduplicate leaflets - Guihaia argyrata

Yesssssssssssss

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sarasota alex

Jody, I'm gonna guess C. fallaensis. Also the one on top wouldn't be a Myrialepis paradoxa by any chance?

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sarasota alex

Here is another one.

Carpentaria?

I'm gonna go with a Foxtail then

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virtualpalm

Jody, I'm gonna guess C. fallaensis. Also the one on top wouldn't be a Myrialepis paradoxa by any chance?

Nope and nope. Think 'silver' on the Copernicia. As for the other one, it is a genus of common, tropical to subtropical, understory palms but the species is relatively uncommon.

Jody

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Gallop

Jody, it was bought as Dypsis madagascariensis sp. ?

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Gallop

Here is another,

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Ken Johnson

Here is another one.

Carpentaria?

I'm gonna go with a Foxtail then

Nope

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Ken Johnson

Jody, I'm gonna guess C. fallaensis. Also the one on top wouldn't be a Myrialepis paradoxa by any chance?

Nope and nope. Think 'silver' on the Copernicia. As for the other one, it is a genus of common, tropical to subtropical, understory palms but the species is relatively uncommon.

Jody

So the copernicia is hospita or Ekman's?

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virtualpalm

Jody, I'm gonna guess C. fallaensis. Also the one on top wouldn't be a Myrialepis paradoxa by any chance?

Nope and nope. Think 'silver' on the Copernicia. As for the other one, it is a genus of common, tropical to subtropical, understory palms but the species is relatively uncommon.

Jody

So the copernicia is hospita or Ekman's?

It is C. ekmanii.

Jody

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Ken Johnson

Here is another,

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Is that palm from Asia?

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Ken Johnson

Nice photos, Ken. Care to try ID'ing the two species involved in this photo?

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Jody

Now hold on. You knew we could ID the shadow because we would see the strange leaf arrangement right? Those funny forward raked leaflets? Some kind of vine palm? Chamaedorea?

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virtualpalm

Nice photos, Ken. Care to try ID'ing the two species involved in this photo?

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Jody

Now hold on. You knew we could ID the shadow because we would see the strange leaf arrangement right? Those funny forward raked leaflets? Some kind of vine palm? Chamaedorea?

Actually, I wasn't thinking of strange leaf arrangement or funny forward raked leaflets when I took or posted the photo. I just thought it was a cool shot.

It is not a vine palm, but it is a species of Chamaedorea.

Jody

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Ken Johnson

Nice photos, Ken. Care to try ID'ing the two species involved in this photo?

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Jody

Now hold on. You knew we could ID the shadow because we would see the strange leaf arrangement right? Those funny forward raked leaflets? Some kind of vine palm? Chamaedorea?

Actually, I wasn't thinking of strange leaf arrangement or funny forward raked leaflets when I took or posted the photo. I just thought it was a cool shot.

It is not a vine palm, but it is a species of Chamaedorea.

Jody

Where is Hodel when you need him?

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MattyB

C. tepijilote cause of the "S" shaped leaflets????

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