Dypsis integra

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Figure 1. D. integra at


Conservation Status:

This species is thought to be extinct in habitat due to its last known locality being cleared in 1999.

Distribution & Habitat:

Rainforest on the east coast of Madagascar.


A small, clustering palm with stems about 5mm in diameter and up to 2m high which has leathery leaves that are almost entire with only a 5mm notch at the end. This species has the most entire leaf of all the Dypsis.


Warm, sheltered, and moist.

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Figure 2. D. integra

Contributed by:

Mike Gray (Figure 1)
Colin Wilson (Figure 2)

External Links:

Kew, PalmWeb, eMonocot, JSTOR, Trebrown

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