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Palm ID

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phil@tyalgum starts with ...
Is anyone good with palms? I planted out what I thought were seedlings of the Walking Stick Palm, Linospadix monostychos, however the plants I have now look nothing like the ones growing locally as an understory species in the local rainforest. They remind me of a dracaena or cordyline in appearance - wonder if anyone could identify from the attached pics. Thanks
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Original Post was last edited: 15th January 2015 10:10am
Mike Tr says...
It looks like one of the native Cordylines and they have similar red fruits to the round fruited Linospadix and can live in the same areas.
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spot on .
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