Dypsis subacaulis Information
This is a very short-stemmed or almost acaulescent solitary palm with leaves not exceeding 40 cm long, with few narrow linear leaflets and spicate or furcate inflorescences. Inflorescence structure and leaves are somewhat reminiscent of D. procumbens.
Described in 2012 from Mt. Ivohibe. Moderately abundant in the valley bottom near the forest margin.
Native to, Madagascar
Location: Madagascar (-24.430796°N, 47.120361°E)