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Sabal (palmetto)

Wikipedia Abstract

Sabal is a genus of New World palms, commonly known as the palmetto. They are fan palms (Arecaceae tribe Corypheae), with the leaves with a bare petiole terminating in a rounded fan of numerous leaflets; in some of the species, the leaflets are joined for up to half of their length. A variable portion of the leaf petiole may remain persistent on the trunk for many years after leaf fall leaving the trunk rough and spiky, but in some, the lower trunk loses these leaf bases and becomes smooth. The fruit is a drupe.
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Species

Sabal adamsoni <Unverified Name>
Sabal adamsonis <Unverified Name>
Sabal bermudana (Bermuda Palm) (Endangered) (Attributes)
Sabal bermudiana <Unverified Name>
Sabal brazoriensis
Sabal causiarum (Puerto Rican hat palm) (Attributes)
Sabal domingensis (Hispaniola palmetto) (Attributes)
Sabal etonia (Scrub Palmetto) (Attributes)
Sabal gretherae (Attributes)
Sabal jagua <Unverified Name>
Sabal maritima (Attributes)
Sabal mauritiiformis (Attributes)
Sabal mexicana (Mexican Palmetto) (Attributes)
Sabal minor (Bush Palmetto) (Attributes)
Sabal palmetto (Cabbage Palmetto) (Attributes)
Sabal pumos (Attributes)
Sabal rosei (Attributes)
Sabal uresana (Sonoran Palmetto) (Attributes)
Sabal yapa (Attributes)

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