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Hi Everyone. I trust that everyone is well in these trying times that we were thrust into so suddenly. 

Does anyone know what species this is?

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Marius

More pictures 

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Kim

Possibly Livistona chinensis?

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gyuseppe

looks like a brahea brandegeei or dulcis

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Fusca

I'd say Brahea brandegeei as well - looks like it is armed.

 

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Marius

Thanks everyone. Yes it is armed with small thorns. Top of leaves are glossy bright green and undersides are powdery whitish 

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