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Rd003

Was at my grandparent’s house today and their front neighbors have a curious triple Veitchia specimen.. my guess would be V. winin

some closeups of the fruit which look different from my V. arecina/joannis at home

any ideas!!

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palmsOrl

I would guess Veitchia winin also.  It's hard to tell for sure, but the fruits look small, like V. winin.  Also, the crown looks like photos of mature V. winin I have seen.

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