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RJ
13 hours ago, OC2Texaspalmlvr said:

:drool:Those are absolute bonifide specimens just wow.  Looks like a mule and another JxB without seeing the fronds, either way prolific palms !!! Thats a bummer for Patric 

The one in front is a parajubaea (cocoides??). The palm with the smooth massive grey trunk in the back is the mule (butyagrus  = Butia X Syagrus) .  A massive one at that. That palm was created by Dr. Wilcox if I recall. 

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On 7/12/2019 at 10:27 AM, RJ said:

The one in front is a parajubaea (cocoides??). The palm with the smooth massive grey trunk in the back is the mule (butyagrus  = Butia X Syagrus) .  A massive one at that. That palm was created by Dr. Wilcox if I recall. 

That mule is no joke i cant say i have even seen a pic remotely close to the specimen trunk from that pic. Absolute impressive palm 

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