Its only a little plant but as soon as I get a chance I will snap a pic & post it.
I would give vital parts of my anatomy to have a Lemurophoenix that size in my garden.
Mighty Fine photos of some very nice palms Dean thanks for sharing.
Dean the Dypsis sp Red mealy bug looks like what I have as Dypsis malcomberi....
What an amazing slide show!! thanks for all the effort you and Jeff put into it. I cant wait for the next installments.
The slide show was excellent Dean, excellent!!!
I think I have uploaded the Nypa photo correctly.
Okay Dean I'll give it a go.
Hi Dean & thanks. The camera is an old Fujifilm Finepix S3500 thats had a tough life but still takes some good shots.
These photos were from a while back, not flowers but fruiting palms.
The first is a Bismarkia, second is a Areca vestiaria third is an Adonidia...
See if this works.
I'll try that again
I have been out & about today I managed to snap a couple of photots of a Burretiokentia hapala & a Dictyosperma album...
I'll see what I can come up with in the way of photos.
Sorry Dean this topic has already been raised so remove it if you like.
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This is a bit late but I must say that this a very informative & well set out forum.
I will have a go at posting a couple of photos...
I dont believe that this palm is D baronii the inflorescence is not like baronii & is very much like D lutescens.
Thats my best guess.
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