PAUROTIS PALM (Acoelorrhaphe wrightii)

The palm that grows among alligators

Paurotis Palm is a small or medium-sized palm that is very common in the Florida Everglades. Upon becoming very popular for its ornamental use in the United States, due to its extraction from this protected region, this species became endangered, although populations are currently recovering.

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Habitat: In plains on humid or waterlogged soils.

Distribution: South Florida, Antilles and Central America.

Description: Multistem, monoecious palm, up to 12 meters tall, trunk with traces of leaves or with marked leaf scars, pinnate green leaves, silvery on the underside, 1.5 meters long, erect inflorescence with whitish flowers and small orange to black fruits.









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