Looks like Mexican fan palm, Washingtonia robusta, to me.
--- On Mon, 6/29/09, Rajendra Shinde <rdsh...@gmail.com> wrote:
Agreed that Washingtonia robusta and Livistona chinensis can be difficult to differentiate, especially photos of them.
Here is a pic of Washingtonia robusta inflorescence:
Livistona chinensis normally has armed petioles only as a juvenile tree, whereas Washingtonia robusta is armed throughout its lifespan.
Also, if the tree is taller than, say, 12-15m, it is most likely Washingtonia. Livistona seldom exceeds 12m, at least in the USA.
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