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Pseudophoenix (pseudophoenix)

Wikipedia Abstract

Pseudophoenix is a genus of palms which is native to the wider Caribbean. Three species of the four species are endemic to Hispaniola, while the fourth, P. sargentii, is widely distributed in the northern Caribbean (Greater Antilles, Windward Islands, Bahamas), Florida, and the Yucat√°n Peninsula (Belize and southeastern Mexico). Trees in this genus are medium to large palms with single, unclustered trunks. They lack spines and have pinnately compound leaves. Flowers are green and bisexual; the ripe fruit are red.
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Species

Pseudophoenix ekmanii (Dominican Cherry palm) (Critically Endangered) (Attributes)
Pseudophoenix lediniana (Critically Endangered) (Attributes)
Pseudophoenix sargentii (cherry palm) (Attributes)
Pseudophoenix vinifera (Attributes)

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