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mistifarang

Can somebody give me an ID for this palm tree? Location: Thailand.

 

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Sabal Steve

I think that you may have a "Spindle Palm" there - Hyophorbe verschaffeltii

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mistifarang

Thanks very much Sabal Steve! I think that I know know where I saw this palm, tight surrended by other trees; that's why I wasn't able to make more photos. Location: a temple near Sukhumvit soi 77, Bangkok

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Keith in SoJax
On February 29, 2016 at 12:05:56 AM, Sabal Steve said:

I think that you may have a "Spindle Palm" there - Hyophorbe verschaffeltii

I second that motion.

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