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Solitary vs clumped Chamaedorea elegans

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Brad Mondel

Which do you prefer? 20191104_185629.thumb.jpg.90217e2c64d663611e1cd1f3a9d6b715.jpg20191104_185600.thumb.jpg.e88809069d2c415b3cd95a839657fc5b.jpg

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Fusca

I prefer the solitary look in the second photo myself.  :)

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Stevetoad

I agree. I like the single. 

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PalmatierMeg

Solitary. They evolved that way.

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NOT A TA

They look good both ways to me!

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