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Nico94

Hi 

This post is to show all your Chamaedorea. With flower, with seeds, indoor or outdoor. 

We will see the different form for the same variety. 

I will post some picture. 

Nicolas 

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Fusca

Here is one of my Chamaedorea radicalis in flower for the first time (on the left) with larger clumping C. microspadix on the right.

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masatepino

Some photos of C. tepejilote in habitat (Nicaragua). sorry for the bad quality of the photos in the dark jungle.

They even grow on top of rocks with almost no soil.

 

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masatepino

long aereal roots.  During raining season this river might grow 2 m high.

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abdalav

Chamaedorea metallica

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jimmyt

Great pics all!  

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Fusca
39 minutes ago, abdalav said:

Chamaedorea metallica

Chamaedorea metallica - plantada - Rio de Janeiro - RJ.jpg

Nice palm and gosto da calopsita!  :) 

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Nico94

Big tepejilote.

Very nice 

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Tracy

Chamaedorea oblongata and Chamaedorea ernest-augustii

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awkonradi

Here is my sunburned C. microspadix, given to me by Darold Petty, as a seedling, about ten years ago, I think.

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Silas_Sancona

More Metaillca..

Out of focus, Male inflo.
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Some seedlings.. For all the talk of how much of a challenge it is to hand pollinate these.. never had any problems. Arizona sun? now that's a problem, lol..:(
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Nice, pinnate- leaf form in a fellow palm talker's collection. Sarasota, Fl.
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PalmatierMeg

Chamaedorea cataractarum

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Chamaedorea deckeriana

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Chamaedorea elegans

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Chamaedorea geoniformis

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Chamaedorea klotszchiana

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Chamaedorea stolonifera

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Chamaedorea tenella

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Chamaedorea tuerckheimii

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abdalav
6 hours ago, Fusca said:

Nice palm and gosto da calopsita!  :) 

Hehehehe... Thanks, this cockatiel likes to appear in photos!!!

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Silas_Sancona

Summore' Chamadorea..

C. ernesti augusti. Originally purchased from Jungle Music. Was pleasantly surprised at just how easy this species was..
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 C. oblnangata.. also orig. purchased from Phil on the same trip. Eventually grew out of this yellow-ish, kind of sickly- looking phase.
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C. metallica clump. growing in the Jungle section at the Huntington, Pasadena / San Marino CA.
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C. microspadix seedling, one of 3 i'd planted in a neighbor's yard when i re-did some of the landscaping. Seedlings were part of a batch i'd started before i left Florida ( when i lived there in 2009-11 ) Seed came off specimens located in Plant City, FL.
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Jim in Los Altos

Here are just a few. I have so many Chamaedorea species that I have no photos of it’s crazy. I think 20 species. 

 

C. Elatior

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C. ernesti-augusti

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C. hooperiana

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C. radicalis

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C. (unknown)

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C. (unknown)

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C. radicalis (tree form)

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C. tuerckheimii

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C. costaricana

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C. costaricana

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C. ernesti-augusti

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C. costaricana looking out front door to the right

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C. hooperiana under Howea

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abdalav
3 hours ago, Silas_Sancona said:

Summore' Chamadorea..

C. ernesti augusti. Originally purchased from Jungle Music. Was pleasantly surprised at just how easy this species was..
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 C. oblnangata.. also orig. purchased from Phil on the same trip. Eventually grew out of this yellow-ish, kind of sickly- looking phase.
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C. metallica clump. growing in the Jungle section at the Huntington, Pasadena / San Marino CA.
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C. microspadix seedling, one of 3 i'd planted in a neighbor's yard when i re-did some of the landscaping. Seedlings were part of a batch i'd started before i left Florida ( when i lived there in 2009-11 ) Seed came off specimens located in Plant City, FL.
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I think your "metallica" is an ernsti-augusti. At least it's what' seems to be written on the plaque.

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Silas_Sancona
6 hours ago, abdalav said:

I think your "metallica" is an ernsti-augusti. At least it's what' seems to be written on the plaque.

:greenthumb: Appreciate the feedback, Didn't even notice i had captured the plaque in the pic.. :blink2:

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NOT A TA

  All pics in this post are Chamaedorea cataractarum. First pic is a fairly old specimen I collect seed from. Trunking and sections falling over with age/weight. Landscape maintenance people for the building hack off the sections that lay down for aesthetics, like the section on the left side in this pic as it's located on a commercial property. Following pics are a couple specimens from my container ranch sprouting suckers. Seed 1/2 dried and dry in the last pic.

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Darold Petty

Jim,  your C. unknown might be C. carchensis (benziei) ??

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Microspadix 12-14 ft 

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Nico94

Chamaedorea elegans and Chamaedorea hooperiana

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Marius

I have nine species thus far. Below are some I have pics of:   C microspadix, C radicalis, C tepejelote & C seifrizii.  I also have C elegans, C brachypoda, C cataractarum, C oblongata & C plumosa BA6A8B1D-9F77-4F4E-A241-E3D43E2572EB.thumb.jpeg.312dbd197b2ccda51782b532b8a872a9.jpegD73DE9FB-7471-4F21-BCFA-149C1AC639F0.thumb.jpeg.c24976d24d2fd3f1195d79efd378678d.jpeg3735E2F7-AE11-43A0-B379-7506DF88E91B.thumb.jpeg.3a8b6ede035ddc16cf14266cf235db42.jpegB69F30F1-20AF-47A0-BBC8-C0475964A07A.thumb.jpeg.63747fc6d00fb9bc13b6dd92ce31688c.jpeg

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Marius

The pics got loaded in the wrong order. Sorry 

C tepejelote 

C microspadix 

C radicalis 

C seifrizii 

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Brad Mondel

C. elegans in bloom 20200124_142219.thumb.jpg.3e14e51f9ed2042011f1e95e822a330d.jpg

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metalfan

My C. metallica

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Jim in Los Altos
3 hours ago, Darold Petty said:

Jim,  your C. unknown might be C. carchensis (benziei) ??

Darold, Here are a few more pics of this Chamaedorea. Notice the very thin and curled leaflets. My C. benzii has wider leaflets and larger fruit that ripens to black. The tiny fruit on this palm ripen to bronze. What do you think? 

 

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Darold Petty

No idea,   the spadix on C. carchensis is a more vivid, bright orange also.  :hmm:

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Jim in Los Altos
6 hours ago, Darold Petty said:

No idea,   the spadix on C. carchensis is a more vivid, bright orange also.  :hmm:

Yes, I agree. Here’s my C. carchensis. 

 

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The Palm Nut

The following photos have in them, Cham Brachypoda, costaricana, cataractarum, elegans , ernesti-augusti, glaucifolia , metallica, klotzschiana, oblongata, tepejilote. Some are 30 plus years old. 

Cheers

 

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The Palm Nut

Forgot to mention, no rain to speak of for the last 12 months so plants struggling somewhat. Water restrictions at highest ever no watering at all. Fortunately over the last few decades I have worked the garden, good soil and plenty of mulch to keep the ground cool. Still hoping for rain, lots of it before winter. 

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Nico94

Chamaedorea microspadix whith seeds

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Pal Meir

Chamaedorea elegans (2 male palms) 45 yr old in 2017:

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Pal Meir

Chamaedorea metallica, 20 yr old palms and 7 yr old baby:

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And 3 to 4 m tall in BG Berlin:

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mwardlow

Here are a few of mine.

Chamaedorea stolonifera

Chamaedorea fragrans

Chamaedorea adscendens

Chamaedorea tuerckheimii

Chamaedorea brachypoda

Chamaedorea metallica split leaf

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Darold Petty

Wow,  Mwardlow,  those are perfectly grown !!  :greenthumb:

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Dimovi

Chamaedorea radicalis in Austin TXIMG_20191027_151711_HDR.thumb.jpg.41ce5c7730e69a722bff729426176798.jpgIMG_20191027_151810_HDR.thumb.jpg.3ba5456c528fbce35328102966c0ec58.jpgIMG_20191027_150758_HDR.thumb.jpg.33c098c806fb1b57162a0eb172f0a922.jpg

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mwardlow

Thanks Darold, chamaedoreas are one of my favorite palms.

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Nico94

Chamaedorea metallica ( Serres d’Auteuil Paris )

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