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'Suan Luang Ro Kao' (9th King Royal Park)


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(redvdox @ Nov. 14 2006,00:36)

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Hi Zac

I can't resis to touch these Satake everytime I visit here, there are mysterious force that attract me when I go nearly them.  :D

zoom to axis, there is red-brown fur.

I think I would have to grope the palms too. Good thing they don't have feelings and could sue for sexual harassment.

Zac

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Living to get back to Mexico

International Palm Society member since 2007

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Attalea cohune compare to my girlfriend, Palsiri in graduate suit.

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Komkrit Yensirikul

Bangkok, Thailand /17C to 40C Avg32C /rain 4 months a year.

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Dear Redvdox  :)

Excellant pictures of beautiful palms & most

important aspect is u have photographed it

so beautifually.And my eyes were feasting on

those Lovely Palms.

Thanks for posting & if u have more do share

with us.

Love,

Kris(India).

love conquers all..

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(redvdox @ Nov. 14 2006,00:36)

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Hi Zac

I can't resis to touch these Satake everytime I visit here, there are mysterious force that attract me when I go nearly them.  :D

zoom to axis, there is red-brown fur.

This Satakentia dosen't appear to be very happy,no? :P

Searle Brothers Nursery Inc.

and The Rainforest Collection.

Southwest Ranches,Fl.

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Great pictures Komkrit...

Now I'll take real good care of my small Satakentia seedlings...

Sirinhaém beach, 80 Km south of Recife - Brazil

Tropical oceanic climate, latitude 8° S

Temperature extremes: 25 to 31°C

2000 mm average rainfall, dry summers

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(redvdox @ Oct. 16 2006,13:49)

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Dypsis leptocheilos/lastelliana (I never sure for these two sp.) anyone tell me plz

Welcome aboard!

That looks like a leptocheilos.  Lastellianas are much droopier in the leaves, and they lean a bit.

dave

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absolutely STUNNING pics...

I have GOT to have one of those Elaeis guineensis....and the Satakentias...

all i can say is WOW!!!

Keep the pics coming please! Nice of you to share them with all of us!

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Thank you for all comments, very glad to know you like palm pics I've post. I love all those palms too.

to Gileno, after I saw the Satakentia at Suan Luang, I felt same like you, now I've got few small seedling and decide to take real good care after that.

Here is mine

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Komkrit Yensirikul

Bangkok, Thailand /17C to 40C Avg32C /rain 4 months a year.

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Komkrit,

Thanks for posting the additional photos. Beautiful! And Satakentias are indeed great looking palms. That's a very nice group there!

Bo-Göran

Leilani Estates, 25 mls/40 km south of Hilo, Big Island of Hawai'i. Elevation 880 ft/270 m. Average rainfall 140 inches/3550 mm

 

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great picts, man i love those Elaeis Guineensis, the trunks are so fat, that is the first time i have seen those.very cool thanks for posting them.

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I have seen Attaleas like that in person and they are truly impressive. And more so seeing a sea of them. The Pinanga, is that the one that you pictured in the "My Trees" thread that is putting out a new red mottled leaf (what species is it)? How about an update please!?

Frank

 

Zone 9b pine flatlands

humid/hot summers; dry/cool winters

with yearly freezes

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