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Re: A new species of palmetto, Sabal antillensis has been discovered
Posted by RonDEZone7a on 4/8/2017, 11:43 am, in reply to "A new species of palmetto, Sabal antillensis has been discovered"
Interesting! Makes you wonder what else is out there, in the Caribbean, that has been undiscovered, ignored, or extirpated!
Fairchild Tropical Gardens has a decent collection of a palm species from Haiti which, if I recall correctly, is now extirpated in Haiti.
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