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Hillsides and mountain slopes of east central and south New Caledonia, in both light shade and full sun positions.
Clustering (usually), solitary or even branched emergant palm to about 8 m.
Very similar to B. gracilis
Very difficult to grow out of its native habitat, and also very slow.
Figure 2. Plant in fruit Figure 3. Branched trunk.
Figure 5. Group of B. deplanchei.