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Seeding Chamaedorea sp ID, Please?

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I can't remember when I planted this Chamaedorea in the western edge of our jungle. I scarcely noticed it at all until it sent up a crop of seeds. It appears to be solitary and non-trunking and I wonder, "Could it be C. radicalis?" Can someone confirm or steer me in the right direction? Thanks

Seeding Chamaedorea, Cape Coral, FL

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lzorrito

Hi! It really looks like C. radicalis.

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gtsteve

Yes Meg, I am with Zorro, it looks like my radicalis. If you have a male microspadix nearby you could have a hybrid.

They cross readily, well mine do with viable seed all of the time. I don't have a male radicalis.

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Dimovi

It looks like radicalis. If the fruit ripens orange it is definitely radicalis.

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