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Identification : What is this Licuala ?

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I got those palms from the region of Davao in Philippines....

If somebody has idea regarding the ID ?

Thanks

Pilou (www.palmiers.eu)

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Dr. George

Aloha Pilou - Welcome back to PT.

Very nice licuala. There are lots of folks much better than I am at identifying licualas, so hopefully some of them will see this post and help out.

I see from your website that you are now at over 900 palms. For those who have not seen pics of your garden in Thailand here is the link to the tour you gave us in 2011 [Pilou's Garden]. Maybe you could give us an update?

gmp

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Eric in Orlando

Maybe L. rumphii ?

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pilou

Hi Dr George....

Thanks for your answer...

Ok, I will try tomorrow to update the pictures of my garden :-)

@ Eric : Sure, it's not rumphii...

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aussiearoids

Licuala lauterbachii var. bougainvillensis has a wide central leaflet .

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pilou

Licuala lauterbachii var. bougainvillensis has a wide central leaflet .

Hi !

Thanks for your answer.. but there are coming from Philippines Island (Davao) and I'm not sure that we can find Licuala lauterbachii var. bougainvillensis in this part of Philippines...

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aussiearoids

Its in a pot so has been grown from seed ... PNG is not far away either .. no doubt there are similar spp.

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