Syagrus comosa

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Figure 1. S. comosa


Distribution & Habitat:

Endemic to the central eastern cerrado region of Brazil where it grows in areas of low scrubby vegetation. This area is characterized by a dry monsoonal climate, but it has a high water table, so it can flood quickly.


A medium/tall thickset solitary palm with dark green, semi-plumose leaves, growing to about 10 metres.


Sunny, moist, well drained position. Frost and drought tolerant. Slow growing.

Contributed by:

Gileno Machado (Figure 1)

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