Chamaedorea deneversiana

Family: Arecaceae    Palm Tree

Common Name: None known

Cold Hardiness Zone: 10b     View the UK and US zone maps

Identification:
Stems solitary , to 2 m tall and 1.3-1.6 cm diameter, errect or creeping. Leaves 3-4, simple, rarely pinnate with a few basal leaflets; petiole grey-green; blades oblong, 50-80 cm long and 12-25 cm wide, bifid to one quarter their length, with toothed margins. Inflorescence with 3-10, pendulous flowering branches; fruits ellipsoid, 7-8 mm long and 5-6 mm diameter, black.

General Information:
Very similar to, and probably conspecific with Chamaedorea warscewiczii.

Distribution:

Native to, Ecuador, Panama

Lowlad to premontane rain forest to 850 m elevation.

Location: Ecuador (0.313475°N, -79.453125°E)

Observations
Map may not represent the complete natural distribution. (Markers display observation data).
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