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Laccospadix is a monotypic genus of flowering plant in the palm
family from Australia where it is commonly called Atherton palm or
Queensland kentia. The two Greek words from which it is named
translate to "reservoir" and "spadix." Laccospadix australasica may
be solitary or clustering, in the former the trunks will grow to
around 10 cm in width while clustering plants are closer to 5 cm
wide. The trunks may be dark green to almost black at the base,
lightening with age, and conspicuously ringed by leaf scars. Lone
trunks will reach 7 m in height while the suckering varieties grow
to 3.5 m.
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