Thank goodness I haven't had to worry about Lethal Yellow in the two locations I have grown palms. So I don't know as much as I should. My question is prompted by the comments I constantly hear about the beauty of Beccariophoenix, and how it could easily replace the coconut as the symbol of the tropics if lethal yellow ever destroyed them all. Is there any way of knowing which palms are affected by lethal yellow before experimenting? Is there a common thread that would alert someone if a species is susceptible. For example, are all coccoid palms affected by lethal yellow? Are Jubea and Jubeaopsis affected? They are both coccoid palms, but I don't know if they "cross paths" in areas where they may acquire lethal yellow. If one palm in a genus is affected, does this mean they all are? Are some palms completely immune, or is it just a degree of resistance? So, are there any clues to indicate if Beccariophoenix could ever take the place in resorts and tropical locations that would look naked without coco palms, if lethal yellow or something else would make them undesirable.