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Distribution & Habitat:
Found in sandy soils in rocky ravines and along cliff bases and ledges in the Kimberley Ranges, mainly the Leopold and Durack Ranges, Western Australia.
A tall, solitary fan palm to 15m with an open globose crown of up to 40 arching or pendulous deeply segmented leaves.
Sunny, moist, but well drained position.
Michael Jeffries (Figure 1)