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Dypsis

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Kingdom  Plantae
Scientific name  Dypsis
Rank  Genus
Family  Arecaceae
Higher classification  Palm trees
Order  Arecales
Dypsis Dypsis albofarinosa White Powder Palm mywatergallery palm trees
Lower classifications  Areca palm, Dypsis decaryi, Dypsis decipiens, Dypsis madagascariensis, Dypsis pembana

Tree bamboo palm or dypsis lutescens or golden cane palm or butterfly palm


Dypsis is a genus of flowering plants in the Arecaceae family. They are slender, evergreen palms with yellow flowers carried in panicles amongst the pinnate leaves. Many Dypsis species have aerial branching (above the main trunk), a rare growth habit among palms. Some have marcescent leaves that remain attached after death and trap litter for nutrients.

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The etymology is obscure but may be related to the Greek dypto ‘I dive’ or dyptes ‘diver’. The species are native to Tanzania, Madagascar, and various islands in the Indian Ocean (Mauritius and Comoros). A few are naturalized in other regions, especially in the Caribbean.

Dypsis Dypsis lutescens Butterfly Palm Tree for sale From Palm Centre

Species include:

Areca palm dypsis lutescens butterfly palm



Dypsis The Areca Palm Dypsis lutescens
Dypsis Dypsis malcomberi Palmpedia Palm Grower39s Guide
Dypsis Dypsis madagascariensis Palmpedia Palm Grower39s Guide

References

Dypsis Wikipedia


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