Areca concinna Thwaites, Enum. Pl. Zeyl. 328 1864. ;

SW. Sri Lanka as per WCSP;

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Areca triandra and A. concinna are very similar. The difference lies in the number of stamens. A. triandra as the name indicates it is triandrous while A. concinna is hexandrous.
 


Endemic to Sri Lanka.
This small clustering palm tree is restricted to lowland rainforest.
Its habitat is threatened by the expansion of human habitation. 


 
 
Areca concinna : For ID Confirmation : 160713 : AK-2 : Attachments (4). 4 posts by 2 authors.
Areca concinna as the name suggested, seen at Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, Kandy Sri Lanka on 17/11/2010.

A small palm tree.
For id confirmation.


Areca triandra and A. concinna are very similar. The difference lies in the number of stamens. A. triandra as the name indicates it is triandrous while A. concinna is hexandrous. In the photographs provided, it is not possible to decide the number of stamens


 
Seen at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in Nov,2010.

Name suggested Areca concinna.
Had posted earlier.


 
  
 
 

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