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Palmarum

Are these two photos of the same palm?

It (or they) look like Pinanga species, one (or two) of many that look similar at that size.

Ryan

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Sapiindo
7 hours ago, Palmarum said:

Are these two photos of the same palm?

It (or they) look like Pinanga species, one (or two) of many that look similar at that size.

Ryan

No, the two photos is different and its a pinanga species but i cannot identify it.

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Palmarum
3 hours ago, Sapiindo said:

No, the two photos is different and its a pinanga species but i cannot identify it.

Hard to identify at this stage. The bigger they get, the easier they will be to name.

Ryan

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John hovancsek

#2 looks like aristata

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