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Seeding Coccothrinax sp for ID

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This Coccothrinax in my front garden is producing 100s of purple seeds. Could someone tell me which species it might be from the following photos? Thanks

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Trunk & fiber detail

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NatureGirl

Reminds me of scoparia?

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aztropic

Definitely not scoparia.Fiber on scoparia (see habitat pic) is very thick and heavy, just like montana.image.png.70542b6fbf0814256f049d1fe9dba49b.png

 

To me,it looks more like what I know as Coccothrinax alta.

 

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Mesa,Arizona

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