Wettinia anomala

Family: Arecaceae    Palm Tree

Common Name: None known

Cold Hardiness Zone: 9b     View the UK and US zone maps

Identification:
Stems solitary, to 15 m tall and 15 cm diameter, with stilt roots to 30 cm long. Leaves 4-7, with a prominent grey crownshaft; leaflets 22-43 per side, undivided, regularily arranged, pendulous. Inflorescences with 5-17 at each node; fruits ellipsoid, 1.7-1.8 cm long, brownish; endosperm homogenous.

Work in progress
Species Information currently being revised!

Distribution:

Native to, Colombia, Ecuador

Eastern Andean slopes, rain forest at 1100-1500 m elevation.

Location: Colombia, Ecuador (1.211335°N, -76.596680°E)

Observations
Map may not represent the complete natural distribution. (Markers display observation data).
Wettinia anomala Overlay Image ©2017 Trebrown - No re-distribution without permission.


Add your comment about this species.

Google

Strict: Copyright © 2017 trebrown.com - Wettinia anomala - Paragraph text, Photos and Illustrations