Rhopalostylis baueri

Family: Arecaceae    Palmeras

Nombre común: Norfolk Island Palm

Sinonimia científica:
Areca baueri, Kentia baueri, Eora baueri, Seaforthia robusta, Eora ultima

Común Sinonimia:

Fría zona de resistencia: 10a     Ver el Reino Unido y los mapas de zona EE.UU.

Rhopalostylis baueri conocimientos

Reaches 10 m or more in height. The pinnate leaves are 3 to 4 m long, on a stout, erect petiole approximately 20 cm long. The crownshaft is 50–60 cm long. The inflorescence is 30 50 cm long and has from 50 to 60 fairly stout branches. The fruits are green at first, turning a bright red when ripe.

Información general:
Norfolk Island is the type locality and this form shows no difference to the New Zealand Kermadec Islands population.


Originaria de, Australia

On Norfolk Island it now occupies a small range in the centre of the island near the National Park, where the species is somewhat threatened by rats that eat the fruit and young seedlings. It is rare elsewhere on the island. It is regenerating and is abundant in some localities.

Ubicación: Norfolk Island. Australia (-29.027460°N, 167.956573°E)

Mapa puede no representar la distribución natural completa. (Marcadores de, indican los datos de observación).

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