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Pritchardia ‘Wakuku’


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No trace of it I can see in Hodel’s book, even under the synonyms. 

I should add he identifies the following native to Maui: arecina, forbesiana, munroi, glabrata and woodii. 

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Steve, for some reason I never had heard of that one.  Thought I’d heard of all the pseudo species by now.  Wonder what “some experts” think differentiates this species from others..

Bret

 

Coastal canyon area of San Diego

 

"In the shadow of the Cross"

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10 hours ago, Briank said:

Maybe a Good Reason for you to go ExploRe MAui?? 

That is a splendid idea haha who doesn't need a reason to go to Maui !!!

T J 

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Also nothing in Hodel's Pritchardia review issue of Palms and he lists a lot of synonyms. Given how scarce the term is, I have to think it's a pretty uncommon synonym. 

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Hey, That was my first book on palms.

"it's not dead it's sleeping"

Santee ca, zone10a/9b

18 miles from the ocean

avg. winter 68/40.avg summer 88/64.records 113/25

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