So, Dypsis plumosa was first introduced as Dypsis ambositrae and now we know, uh, no, not even close. There were some other clumping baronii/onilahensis types that came in as Dypsis ambositrae and obviously they were not ambos. So let's forget about that stuff. Then the "real" Dypsis ambositrae started going around. It was a small tillering palm with a red petiole and looked like the real deal. I think some people might have got this plant labled as Kindreo, not sure exactly, that might
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