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Dypsis soanieranae a small and solitary species of the
northeast of Madagascar which is quite unique for the fact
to have pinnate leaves in a very subtle and regular way
in combination with a branchless inflorescence.
It had not been seen since it was picked up by
first time in 1938, and it was believed extinct.
Dypsis is one of the largest individual genera of
the palm family, more than 170 species ranging from
small plants from the understory to emerging canopy palms
massive and almost all sizes in between.
Other genres, like Calamus and Chamadorea, they can be bigger
in terms of the number of species identified, but none
is more diverse in shape and habitat.
Dypsis is an extraordinary phenomenon of evolutionary diversity;
It is “supergenre” consists of numerous genera of palm trees
separated previous, including Vonitra, Chrysalidocarpus,
Phloga, Neophloga, Phogella, Trichodypsis, Haplodypsis, Adelodypsis, Antogilia and Neodypsis.
As diverse as they are, Dypsis, Nevertheless, they all have four
Common things: all are pinnate, they are all monoecious, everybody is
“unarmed”, that is to say, they have no thorns, and all are endemic to Madagascar or nearby islands.
Whatever type of habitat there is in Madagascar, most likely
is that some species of Dypsis grow there.
While rainforests have a large number of species,
Dypsis also grows in habitats ranging from steep rocky ravines, open sheets, “thorny forests”, “white sand forests” and many other habitats
both in wet and dry places.
The only habitat that Dypsis is not known to inhabit is truly aquatic, although some species come close.
PLANT 40-50 CM
FLOWER POT 12 CM
Height: 8 meters
Rusticidad: 10a (-1,º C)
Exposition: Sunny to half shade