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Plectocomia or Calamus?


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First thought that hit me was a member of Desmoncus. I can see a barb like cirrus in the second photo.

Especially if it's New World, maybe southern Mexico? A quick sort online comes up with Desmoncus chinantlensis, if it is a S. Mexico species

If not, cool find.  I would have to stand there and stare at it for an hour. Strange aroid on the tree on the left in the second photo, Monstera maybe.

Ryan

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1 hour ago, Palmarum said:

First thought that hit me was a member of Desmoncus. I can see a barb like cirrus in the second photo.

Especially if it's New World, maybe southern Mexico? A quick sort online comes up with Desmoncus chinantlensis, if it is a S. Mexico species

If not, cool find.  I would have to stand there and stare at it for an hour. Strange aroid on the tree on the left in the second photo, Monstera maybe.

Ryan

You're right, the photo is taken in Oaxaca, Mexico.

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