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ID this palm species?


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Looks like it has some "legs" in the first photo. That could be a very important detail.

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Hmm...

The stem, stilt roots and leaf bases remind me of Physokentia, but the leaf and leaflets are very different. Plus, members of Physokentia are indigenous to areas in the West Pacific... not as much Indonesia, if that is where the photo was taken.

Maybe more photos, background info might help in narrowing it down, to genus at least.

Ryan

South Florida

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14 minutes ago, Palmarum said:

members of Physokentia are indigenous to areas in the West Pacific... not as much Indonesia, if that is where the photo was taken.

This photo was taken in Indonesia, in the sumatra island

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17 hours ago, Frond-friend42 said:

Pinanga paradoxa?

Could be, but still doesn't look like a complete match to me.

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On 7/28/2022 at 7:28 PM, Sapiindo said:

Screenshot_2022-07-28-18-23-38-71.jpg.91e60bfd0a7fcf3e816f2a0a079c72bd.jpgTrunk

Screenshot_2022-07-28-18-23-24-71.jpg.8d88487fa822de50eeb83cc6c35d5cab.jpgLeaf

Didn’t you want to bring this palm to your garden?      :D

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