I was wondering if anyone has come across seed or seedlings of the following two palms. The first being Podococcus acaulis. I know this thing is unique as it is exclusive to it's own tribe. I also know it comes from a very limited range in Gabon. Palmpedia can be accessed worldwide, which is why I am curious to know if these things are being cultivated. There is another species barteri, but I haven't seen too much about that one either. There was an article in Palms a few years back, But I don't recall if there was mention of it being cultivated in or out of it's natural range. The other palm was Sabal gretherae. This Sabal comes from the state of Quintana roo, Mexico and I believe it was named back in the early nineties. I can't find photo's of it or any record of it being used by locals or if seed or seedlings can be had. If anyone has experience with this one I would like to know about it's culture or form. Or even a photo!