High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Calamus caryotoides
(also Palmijuncus caryotoides), more commonly known as Fishtail
Lawyer Cane is a North-East Queensland tropical forest climbing
palm with very thin (12 mm) flexible trunks; no crownshaft; small
spikes; dark green, glossy, fish-tail shaped leaves reaching up to
15 m high (5m spread); and very thin hooked flagella. It tends to
clump and grow up into the shaded understory of Queensland's wet
tropical forests, and is a close relative of the more infamous
Calamus radicalis (aka Wait-a-While).
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