This palm has followed probably the most curious route of any Dypsis species to reach the United States. Stanley Kiem, now the last surviving.
Description. Related to the attractive but somewhat overused areca palm (Dypsis lutescens), the cabada palm (D. cabadae) is larger and has a very attractive.
To say that Dypsis cabadae has taken a long, tortuous path to discovery would be a major understatement. Superficially, it appeared that the. Retrieved from " shuttleworthforcongress.org? HAWAII ISLAND PALM SOCIETY HIPS. CENTRAL FLORIDA PALM AND CYCAD SOCIETY CFPCS. Send to Email Address. What ever kind of habitat there is in Madagascar, the odds are, some species of Dypsis grows. SEEDLING with eophyll bifid, occasionally with a few scales abaxially.