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===Description:===
 
===Description:===
 
A compact ecotype of ''C. humilis'',
 
A compact ecotype of ''C. humilis'',
with an almost undivided leaf blade, reminiscent of Licualas,
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with an almost undivided leaf blade, reminiscent of ''Licualas'',
and also almost spineless petioles, commonly called Vulcano.
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and also almost spineless petioles, commonly called ''Vulcano''.
  
 
===Culture:===
 
===Culture:===
As for ''Chamaerops humilis''.
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As for ''[[Chamaerops_humilis]]''.
  
 
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[[File:Chamaerops_vulcano.jpg|left|frame|Figure 2. ''C. humilis'' var ''Vulcano'', showing the distinctive leaf shape.]]
[[File:Chamaerops_vulcano.jpg|left|frame|Figure 2. ''C. humilis'' var '''Vulcano''', showing the distinctive leaf shape.]]
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===Contributed by: ===
 
===Contributed by: ===
Angelo Porcelli (Figure 1&2)<br>
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Angelo Porcelli (Figure 1&2)
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Figure 1. C. humilis var Vulcano, close-up of the petioles.

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Description:

A compact ecotype of C. humilis, with an almost undivided leaf blade, reminiscent of Licualas, and also almost spineless petioles, commonly called Vulcano.

Culture:

As for Chamaerops_humilis.

Figure 2. C. humilis var Vulcano, showing the distinctive leaf shape.


Contributed by:

Angelo Porcelli (Figure 1&2)


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