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Pablo Palma

Hello everyone, recently joined new member. Very nice to meet you all!!:D

Could you help me with an ID for this palm? My first guess was Adonidia merrillii but somehow just looks different to me. What do you think? I can add details of trunk, fruits, inflorescences and leaves if required. Thanks.

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Jeff985

Welcome to Palmtalk. Your guess appears to be correct. The one on the right appears to be a healthy Adonidia merrillii and the one on the left I believe is also Adonidia, It’s  just not as happy. 

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4 minutes ago, Jeff985 said:

Welcome to Palmtalk. Your guess appears to be correct. The one on the right appears to be a healthy Adonidia merrillii and the one on the left I believe is also Adonidia, It’s  just not as happy. 

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Darold Petty

Pablo, Welcome to Palmtalk !   :)

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Pablo Palma

Thank you all and very nice to meet you :D

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