|Synonymy: Unknown||Distribution: Comoro Islands, Madagascar|
|Common names: Unknown||Conservation status: Unknown|
According to the Palms of Madagascar (Dransfield & Beentje), Dypsis lanceolata comes from the Comoro Islands, just north of Madagascar, in mid-altitude rain forest. This is a clumping palm that has wider than normal leaves for a Dypsis. This photo was taken in Orange County, California.
Photo courtesy and copyright © 1998, Mike Maxson, Palms of the World.
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