Descriptions and articles about Coccothrinax readii in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Physical Description; Type Information; Wikipedia. PDF | Coccothrinax readii is recorded for Belize for the first time. Palmas de Belice / Palms of Belize. Coccothrinax. Media in category “Coccothrinax readii”. The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total. Coccothrinax readii 2, × 1,;
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Started coccothriax lagartos1 Feb Posted 1 Feb However, I knew that Coccothrinax radii is present in the Biosphere so today I lunged into the scrub behind the dunes once again, and this time I found them, as the attached pictures show. At this forum, Aztropic in Arizona pointed out that Thrinax petiole bases tend to split, but Coccothrinax petiole bases don’t. He also posted a picture of potted Thrinax and Coccothrinax reaidi to one another.
This wonderful help can be reviewed at this forum at http: Also of great help in finding today’s Coccothrinax readii was a PalmPedia page on the species at http: On that page the author writes, “This species grows on Sandy Dunes from the coast of Tulum in Quintana Roo coccothdinax Sisal in Yucatan, where it is exposed to the sun and sea breezes, and it is here that C.
Coccothrinax readii – Wikidata
It is generally smaller, but trunks are geadii and grayish, the hastula is deeply bifid, the inflorescences are coccothrinsx and frequently the terminal primary branches are not well developed. In an ocean of Thrinax radiata, the small island of Coccothrinax readii found today stood out from afar because of the fronds’ silvery undersides.
The island was surrounded by Poisonwood trees Metopium browneiBaybean vines Canavalia roseaand Seaside Oxeye shrubs Borrichia arborescens. The spear-like items pointing at the sky in the photos are old fruiting heads of Caribbean Agave, Agave angustifolia. Some hastulas were not at all bifid, and some were just slightly notched. In the pictures, the stately, dark palms rising over the scrub in the background are Pseudophoenix sargentii, featured in my post at this forum at http: Seeds cofcothrinax – glad we were able to help.
One of coccotrinax most spectacular places I visited, at my honeymoon in Mexico, 21 years ago: The beach of Tulum with the ancient mayan buildings and I remember a fan leaves palm growing there!
Category:Coccothrinax readii – Wikimedia Commons
Is that Coccothrinax readii? Posted 2 Feb Thanks for this great little story and especially the habitat pictures.
And welcome to Palm talk. Thanks Jim, habitat pics are great to see. I have a fruiting Pseudophoenix sargentii in the garden and nice to compare it to those in habitat. I recently acquired a small 2-strap leaf seedling of a palm tagged Brahea ‘Tulum’ – told it was dwarf and blue tone.
Coccothrinax readii in its natural habitat
Wish I knew more about it and could see pics in habitat of it. Posted 9 Apr Posted 10 Apr You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
Sign up for a coccothrinax account in our community. Coccothrinax readii in its natural habitat Started by lagartos1 Feb Coccothrinax readii.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Seeds too – glad we were able to help Aztropic Mesa, Arizona.
Welcome to Palmtalk, and thanks very much for these great photographs! Thank you so much Jim, great to have you aboard, Ed.
Only Coccothrinax there, excellent source for seed. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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