Â© MONACO NATURE ENCYCLOPEDIA | All rights reserved. Special thanks to Geoff Stein, (Palmbob) for his hundreds of photos. For more imformation, please see Clipboard API In Belize, I have observed leaves ofboth extreme types ofpinnae (seifrizii and erumpens) on the same plant. Inflorescences, on a 4-8 cm long peduncle, under the leaves (infrafoliar), erect, ramified, the male ones with drawn near flowers of green colour, of about 3 mm of diameter, spirally arranged on the rachillae, the female ones with yellow flowers, of 2-3 mm of diameter, rather spaced and spirally arranged on the rachillae, initially green, then orange when in fruit. Wetland Status. Uhl, C.B. 4ª edição. A possible explanation is that the species occurs naturally in an area of definite seasonality in rainfall and on a porous substrate that is subject to fairly extensive and, at times, lengthy drying. Synonyms: Chamaedorea donnell-smithii Dammer (1905); Meiota campechana O.F.Cook (1943); Chamaedorea erumpens H.E.Moore (1951). 2018. The Mayan names xiat and chiat mean near the edge of water, in apparent allusion to the habitat. As garden plant is nowadays diffused in all countries with tropical, subtropical and marginally temperate warm climate, where it can resist, with damage to the foliage, to temperatures up to -3 °C, provided exceptional and short lasting. 1938. Notizblatt des Botanischen Gartens und Museums zu Berlin-Dahlem.Berlin-Dahlem 14:268. Yucatan. Propagation by removing the suckers or offshoots from the parent plant is also common. As with most palms, the soil should be well drained. 4ª edição. reed palm in English éªä½éæ¤°å in language. BELIZE. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Florida, Photo by Dr. Carl E. Lewis/Palmweb. Définition et Explications - Chamaedorea est un genre de la famille des Arecaceae. Bot. Chamaedorea seifrizii: Nederlandse benaming: Bamboo palm: Engelse benamingen: Bamboo palm: Familie: Arecaceae: Herkomst: Mexico: Standplaats: Halfschaduw: Temperatuur: 16-21°C. Description: Chamaedorea seifrizii is a very common, inexpensive, pretty versatile palm, very often available from garden centres. The delayed germination or germination in cycles or spurts over several seasons may be a mechanism to ensure establishment of a sufficient number of seedlings for adequate regeneration of the species in a relatively harsh environment punctuated by dry periods. Flowers small, yellow. The flesh of the fruit can irritate the skin and should not be handled. Links . Islas de la Bahia. After C. elegans, C. seifrizii is the most important member ofthe genus commercially and is grown in large quantities as a potted specimen for indoor use or as an outdoor landscape subject in subtropical areas. Nom latin : Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret., synonymes retenus après révision Chamaedorea donnell-smithii Dammer*, Chamaedorea erumpens H. E. Moore* est invalide Meiota â¦ The name of the genus is the combination of the Greek adverb “χαμαί” (chamai) = on the ground, on the soil, and of the substantive “δωρέα” (doréa) = gift, the German botanist Carl Ludwig Willdenow (1765-1812), who created the genus in 1806, did not specify the exact meaning of the name. Corozal. Chamaedorea adscendens (Dammer) Burret; Chamaedorea allenii L.H.Bailey; Chamaedorea alternans H.Wendl. Chamaedorea palmen komen uit de familie Arecaceae of Palmea. : Lorenzi, H. e Souza, H.M. Plantas Ornamentais no Brasil. I have observed C. seifrizii in Peten, Guatemala and at several localities in Belize. Plantarum, 2008. At other times of the year they can be exceedingly dry, a situation that we found in northern Belize in May, 1991. Since Seifriz's holotype was destroyed and no isotypes have been found and C. seifrizii is common in cultivation and herbaria, it is appropriate to retypify this taxon here. Gart. Leaves: 4-5 in the crown, erect-spreading, pinnate; sheath to 30 cm long, obliquely open apically, tubular, gray-green, densely and very minutely white-spotted, longitudinally striate-nerved, drying brownish, persistent; petiole to 10 cm long, flat and very lightly grooved near base and green or gray-green above, rounded and pale below; rachis 3G-45 cm long, sharply angled and green above, rounded and with very faint light green band extending onto sheath; pinnae 5-18 on each side of rachis, median ones largest, these to 20-35 x 0.8-3 cm, basal ones smaller, these 14-20 x 0.5-1.8 cm, subapical ones 10-15 x 1-1.5 cm, apical pair 8-15 x 2.5-3 or to 9 cm wide, generally the more numerous the pinnae the narrower they are, lanceolate or long-lanceolate or linear, straight, only slightly falcate, short-acuminate or the upper merely acute, contracted basally, regularly arranged, opposite or alternate, horizontal or drooping or ascending off rachis, ± stiff or not, flat or very slightly v-shaped, concolorous, terminal ones 2-3 nerved or occasionally very broad and then to 9-nerved, remainder 1-nerved with conspicuous primary nerve and numerous closely spaced and fine and ± inconspicuous secondaries on each side of midrib, midrib prominent below, keeled, yellow. and a width of 3-5ft. 1992)/Palmweb. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret Bamboo Palm. 1992). Hình áº£nh. The stems are tall and have about 10-15 fronds each with about 12 dark green pinnate leaflets. In this situation it becomes stiffish, less graceful, and with straight erect stems; pinnae ascend offthe rachis, making the blade v-shaped in cross-section. Cayo. Campeche. Flowers: Staminate in fairly dense spirals, 3 x 3 mm, subglobose yellow, aromatic, ± sunken; calyx 1-1.5 x 3 mm, deeply lobed, green, sepals free nearly to base and there very briefly connate, sharply rounded to triangular apically; petals 3 x 3 mm, broadly ovate, valvate, free nearly to base and there briefly connate, spreading slightly apically but incurved, ± thickened, acute; stamens 2 mm high, tightly fixed around pistillode, filaments 11.5 mm long, connate basally, abruptly-narrowed from a broad base, pale, anthers I mm long, brownish, dorsifixed at middle; pistillode 3 mm high, broadly columnar, just slightly shorter than petals, broadly 3-lobed apically, tip visible at anthesis, light yellow. Also, C. seifrizii was noted as being a scrambling palm. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Description. Light: Thrives in low indoor light but can tolerate some sunlight if acclimated. Chamaedorea. Burret, K.E.M., 1938. Chamaedorea Metallica is een sterke kamerplant en daarmee eenvoudig in onderhoud. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret ARECACEAE Ref. 4ª edição. Apr 19, 2017 - Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret ARECACEAE Ref. Applying household fertilizer in the summer months will keep these palms green and healthy. : Lorenzi, H. e Souza, H.M. Plantas Ornamentais no Brasil. Stem is green, up to 2.5 centimeters in diameter, with distinct annular rings. It also tolerates nearly full-sun without yellowing or browning. ìë¬¼ëª : ëëë¬´ì¼ì ì´ëª : ì¸ì´ë¸ë¦¬ì§ì¼ì ìë¬¸ëª : Reed palm, Bamboo palm íëª : Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret ìê³ ë 3mê¹ì§ ìë¼ë©° ëëë¬´ ê°ì ê°ë ì¤ê¸°ê° ì£¼ë¦½íì¬ ì´ìíë¤. Belize. Quintana Roo. : Lorenzi, H. e Souza, H.M. Plantas Ornamentais no Brasil. Staminate with peduncle 3.5-5.5 cm long, ascending and erect, yellow-green in flower; bracts 5, brown, papery, tubular, spreading apically, longitudinally striated, slightly bifid apically, lowest the shortest, upper ones largest, fourth exceeding peduncle and often concealing rudimentary 5th; rachis 2-4.5 cm long, erect, yellow-green in flower; rachillae 5-12, these 7.5-15 cm long, 2.3 mm in diam., stiff, erect, mostly simple or lower ones rarely once or twice forked. Often occurring naturally on limestone outcroppings in its native habitat, C. seifrizii is well adapted to culture in southern Florida where it has been cultivated for some time and extensive plantings now exist. MEXICO. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. With tightly clustering, somewhat stiffand upright habit and dense foliage, C. seifrizii is useful as a hedge, background, or screen in either shade or sun. De soorten uit het geslacht komen voor in de regionen tussen Mexico in het noorden en Brazilië en Bolivia in het zuiden.. Soorten. The leaves, on a 8-12 cm long petiole, are pinnate, 35-50 cm long, with 10-16 alternate or sub-opposite leaflets regularly arranged on both sides of the rachis, linear-lanceolate to slightly sigmoid with pointed apex, 20-35 cm long and 1-2,5 cm broad, of glossy intense green colour. One, the most popular, more or less corresponds to Burret's type with stiffish leaves and narrow, linear, upright pinnae, while the other falls into Moore's type with softer leaves and broader, flat pinnae. They blacken ripening and contain toxic crystal of calcium oxalate © G. Mazza. Moore (1951) described and named C. erumpens from plants cultivated at Fairchild Tropical Garden in Miami, Florida. Peten. Much cross-breeding has occurred between the two and this, coupled with the natural variation within the species, has resulted in innumerable variants or breeding lines in the trade. The beautiful, compact, easy care bamboo palm, native to Mexico and Central America, is perfect for low light areas. Bot. Reed Palms. Open or dense, moist woodland or forest; to 500 m elevation; often on limestone. Harley & C.E. Plantarum, 2008. GUATEMALA. (Hodel, D.R. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret, appartient à la famille des Arecaceae à la sous-famille des Ceroxyloideae et au genre Chamaedorea qui comprend environ 107 espèces de palmiers indigènes des régions tropicales et subtropicales des Amériques.. Chamaedorea seifrizii à La Réunion. MEXICO. Today, it is very widely cultivated and appears in gardens and collections in California, Hawaii, Florida, Europe, Australia, the Far East, and elsewhere. It grows to about 7 feet. Open or dense, moist woodland or forest; to 500 m elevation; often on limestone. Belize, Florida, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico Southeast. ; Chamaedorea amabilis H.Wendl. Chamaedorea seifrizii is native to Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico © Giuseppe Mazza. These plants had apparently been brought in from Belize or grown from seeds that William Schipp sent and by 1950 had become quite popular in southern florida and were used extensively as an indoor decorative as well as in the exterior landscape. Leaves: Pinnate, reduplicate, to 60 cm long, with variably shaped (more or less linear to lanceolate or sigmoid) leaflets evenly spaced along the rachis and spreading in a single plane. C. erumpens had lanceolate rather than linear pinnae that were at least twice as broad as those of C. seifrizii. Espesye sa tanom nga bulí ang Chamaedorea seifrizii.Una ning gihulagway ni Karl Ewald Maximilian Burret.Ang Chamaedorea seifrizii sakop sa kahenera nga Chamaedorea sa kabanay nga Arecaceae. Cayo. Orange Walk. Burret's C. seifrizii is typified by stiffish leaves with narrow, linear, and upright pinnae. Jun 10, 2016 - Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret ARECACEAE Ref. (Hodel, D.R. Common names: bamboo palm, reed palm (English); xaté, xiat (Belize and Guatemala). Emerald green fruits in elegant contrast to the orange red rachillae. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret ARECACEAE Ref. References . ìê°ì ê°ëê³ ììë£¨ê° ë¨ì´ì ¸ ë²ë¦° ë§ë ë¶ë¶ì íì´ëì ëëë¬´ ì²ë¼ ë§¤ëì´ ìê¸´ë¤. Citation: CHAMAEDOREA SEIFRIZII Burret, Notizbl. Stems: Clustering, to 3 m tall and 1-2 cm in diameter, with conspicuous leaf scars, growing in dense clumps. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Please allow clipboard access to copy the image. Tham kháº£o Liên káº¿t ngoài. Nom commun : Palmier nain de Seifriz, Chamaedorea de Seifriz, Palmier bambou, Palmier de salon, nommé par les anglophones 'Seifriz's Bamboo Palm, Bamboo palm, Reed Palm, Clustered Parlor Palm, Cane Palm'. Since both staminate and pistillate plants bore the same type of foliage and came from wild stock, the designation ofa horticultural variety was probably more than a clonal selection; it did breed true from seeds. This page has been accessed 36,060 times. In Orange Walk, Belize, we found it growing in disturbed forest or woodland on the margins of sugarcane?fields. Plants are the essence of every interior and the modern lifestyle. Chamaedorea seifriziiis found in Native to Mexico and Central America. The canes grow to form a dense clusters of fronds with, dark green to grey leaves. à¸à¸²à¸¥à¹à¸¡à¹à¸à¹ Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret à¸«à¸à¹à¸²à¸«à¸¥à¸±à¸ / FAMILY ARECACEAE / à¸à¸²à¸¥à¹à¸¡à¹à¸à¹ Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret 07 à¸.à¸. Subjecting the seeds to bottom heat of 30-32.5C (85-90° F) may increase the speed of germination and make it more regular. Luchtzuivering. USAGE ENVIRONNEMENTAL ornemental Informations complémentaires. Usually plants sold in nurseries or seen in collections are clustering with about 20 or 30 individual plants. The exact reason for this phenomenon is not known. GUATEMALA. Basionym: ** Type: MEXICO: Yucatan: Chichen Itza, s.d., Moore 8096 (neotype: BH). Indoors, a bamboo or reed palm, can reach a height of 5-7ft. Burret (1938) In: Notizbl. Yucatan. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret, 1938 : Chamaedorea seifrizii là loài thá»±c váºt có hoa thuá»c há» Arecaceae. Chamaedorea is a genus of 107 species of palms, native to subtropical and tropical regions of the Americas. However, some seeds may be delayed in germination or continue to germinate somewhat irregularly in cycles for two to three years after planting. BELIZE. : Lorenzi, H. e Souza, H.M. Plantas Ornamentais no Brasil. Although plants are commercially clumped together to form shrub-like specimens, this palm naturally spreads by suckers or offshoots also similar to Bamboo. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret â Seifriz's chamaedorea Subordinate Taxa. C'est un genre de palmier qui comprend un nombre très élevé d'espèces. The species is honoured to its collector, the American biologist and botanist of German origin, William Seifriz (1888-1955). Burret's C. seifrizii is typified by stiffish leaves with narrow, linear, and upright pinnae. Chamaedorea seifrizii in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. Inflorescences: infrafoliar, bursting through base ofold sheaths, erect, short, stiff. As the old fronds die, these should be trimmed off and the leaf bases or sheath allowed to dry out. It stands the full sun as well as the shade and is not particular about the soil, provided draining, maintained constantly humid, even if, well rooted, stands short dry periods. Bibliographic References. About 18,200 kgs (40,000 Ibs) of seeds of C. seifrizii are collected for commercial purposes annually, the majority originating from Mexico although a significant amount comes from plants cultivated in Florida. ID - 17512. Chamaedorea seifrizii is a small, clustering palm growing to a height of 2.5 meters. In fact, it is highly likely that more plants are in cultivation than in the wild. Moore (1951) described and named C. erumpens from plants cultivated at Fairchild Tropical Garden in Miami, Florida. Ang mga gi â¦ In pot, for having a lush appearance, it is better to utilize a perfectly draining loam rich of organic substance, with regular and abundant waterings during the growth period, but without stagnations, more spaced in winter, in order to allow the substratum to partially dry up before giving water again. The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as an accepted name (record 37655) with original publication details: Notizbl. Loài này ÄÆ°á»£c Burret mô táº£ khoa há»c Äáº§u tiên nÄm 1938. Treatment; Classification; Trunks numerous, crowded, to 3 m long, 3 cm wide, pale bluish-green. Lewis. 1992)/Palmweb. The amount of light also affects the stiffness of the leaves. Glossary of Palm Terms; Based on the glossary in Dransfield, J., N.W. Leaves to 1.5 m long, obliquely erect to stiffly arching, dark green, with numerous narrow, dark green, shiny leaflets. Chamaedorea seifrizii. Extensive plantings of both forms have existed in southern Florida for years and have served as a source of breeding stock for commercial seed production. Chamaedorea es un género con 221 especies perteneciente a la familia de las palmeras ().Las especies de este género son de origen americano, y van desde México hasta el oeste de Brasil y norte de Bolivia. Chamaedorea is een geslacht uit de palmenfamilie (Arecaceae). The tubular foliar base, obliquely open at the apex, of pale green colour, wraps totally the stem for a length of 25-30 cm, persisting dried for long time. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret; xyaat Palm; stems relatively slender, forming clumps, generally less than 5 m tall; leaves alternate, pinnate; leaf segments linear; inflorescence branched, the axes becoming orange at maturity; fruits globose, bluish-black at maturity. Pistillate up to 7 per stem in flower and fruit at once; peduncle 3.5-8.8 cm long, stiff and erect, green in flower, orange in fruit; bracts 5, similar to those of staminate; rachis 1-3 cm long, green in flower, orange in fruit; rachillae 4-6, these to 10 cm long, 3 mm in diam., stiff, erect, green in flower, becoming swollen and orange in fruit. The scrambling nature ofcertain forms is probably not a reliable character either. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret Antilles Famille Arecaceae Genre Chamaedorea Espèce Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret Nom(s) commun(s) Voir tout / Modifier Usages. Recently, commercial plantations of C. seifrizii for seed production have been established in Hawaii, Belize, Australia, and the Orient. Chamaedorea seifrizii (Bamboo Palm) The shading loving Bamboo Palm grows fine even in low light conditions requiring minimal care & attention, the perfect plant to liven up your indoor space. (Hodel, D.R. C. seifrizii also makes a fine potted specimen as a landscape accent. Chamaedorea Palms, The Species and Their Cultivation.The International Palm Society. The other, with the terminal ones united and much broader, was designated as a horticultural variety honoring Dr. David Fairchild. Tabasco. Zowel de Chamaedorea Elegans als Chamaedorea Metallica zijn palmen soorten die als kamerplanten worden gebruikt. In each place, it occurred in low, seasonally swampy or boggy situations. Later these should be removed as this promotes good plant hygiene and exposes the attractive light green "bamboo stem". 1992) Belize, Florida, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico Southeast. However, these low wet areas are only damp during the rainy season. C'est un genre de palmier qui comprend un nombre très élevé d'espèces. Symbol Key - CHSE17. Common Name - Seifriz's chamaedorea. Berlin-Dahlem 14: 268. Chamaedorea seifrizii is found in Native to Mexico and Central America. Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. This plant has no children Legal Status. Peten. The commercial industry recognizes two forms of C. seifrizii. Genera Palmarum - Evolution and Classification of the Palms. Islas de la Bahia. Baker, M.M. Plantarum, 2008. HONDURAS. Photo by Daryl O'Connor, Roma Street Parklands, in central Brisbane, Australia. Plantarum, 2008. In fact, local people state that it is mainly confined to baja tierra or low land. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret; Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Chamaedorea (family Arecaceae). Propagation: By seed which takes 6 months or more to germinate. Moore's C. erumpens has softer leaves with broader pinnae. Classification phylogénétique Classification phylogénétique Ordre Arecales Famille Arecaceae Sous-famille Arecoideae Tribu Chamaedoreeae La chamaedorée , Chamaedorea , est un genre de la famille des Arecaceae . Even 2,5 m tall tufts. Belize. Related Links. Already cultivated by the Mayas, it is perhaps the species most utilized of the genus, and from more time, even if with different names, together with the Chamaedorea elegans, for the decoration of inner spaces, thanks to its sturdiness and adaptabillity to different conditions of cultivation and to a certain degree of neglect. When considered over its entire range, the shape and size ofthe pinnae are variable characters and of dubious merit in distinguishing between these two taxa. Chamaedorea seifrizii. The main insect problem with this palm is Spider Mite, which usually occurs in very dry areas indoors mostly in the winter months. Govaerts, R. et al. http://itp.lucidcentral.org/id/palms/palm-id/Chamaedorea_seifrizii.htm, https://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/index.php5?title=Chamaedorea_seifrizii&oldid=122623, PALM SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (PSSC), CENTRAL FLORIDA PALM AND CYCAD SOCIETY (CFPCS). Quintana Roo. 2008. As interpreted here, C. seifrizii displays a tremendous amount of foliar variation in the wild although the flowers are essentially the same in the various types and forms. (Hodel, D.R. It is one of the best palms for indoor use due to its tolerance of low light and resistance to infestations of mites and is more resistant to nematodes than C. elegans. Photo by Daryl O'connor. Chamaedorea seifrizii, resembles bamboo in appearance. Corozal. Leaves are petioled, pinnate, up to 60 centimeters long, dark green, gracefully arching, with slightly ribbed margins. Moisture: Keep evenly moist but not consistently wet. 4ª edição. All images copyright of the artists and photographers (see images for credits). Etymology: Honors the collector of the type, William Seifriz. The Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret (1938) is a dioecious species fairly variable forming dense tufts with erect or slightly inclined stems, 1,8-2,5 m long and of 1-2 cm of diameter, of glossy intense green colour on which are visible the whitish rings of the foliar scars spaced of 12-20 cm. In some instances, adjacent vegetation was actually wilting although the palms did not seem to be suffering. Habit: cespitose, erect to leaning, forming fairly dense and tight clumps of 40 or more stems to 3 x 1-2 m. Stems: 1-2 cm in diam., green, shining, white-spotted, ageing with a thin glaucous covering, conspicuously ringed, internodes 5-20 cm long. De Chamaedorea Elegans vraagt meer aandacht. Both types were growing together at Fairchild Tropical Garden and Moore presumed that they had come from the same lot of seeds. with multiple, reed-like stems growing in clumps. Burret (1938) described and named C. seifrizii from material that William Seifriz collected near the Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza in the state of Yucatan in Mexico. → To appreciate the biodiversity within the family ARECACEAE and find other species, please click here. Hardiness: USDA Zones 10 - 12. Not abundant in the wild, C. seifrizii is found as scattered clumps in disturbed woodland or forest. Krempin (1990, p. 91) illustrated C. microspadix but erroneously captioned the photograph as C. erumpens. HONDURAS. Very easy to grow and maintain. Moore (1951) continued in his discussion and stated that C. erumpens was similar in floral morphology to its close relative C. seifrizii, and that the differences were mainly in the shape and nervation of the pinnae. Those in higher light have stiffish, somewhat v-shaped (in cross-section), upright pinnae while those in lower light have drooping, flat, softer pinnae. Special thanks to Palmweb.org, Dr. John Dransfield, Dr. Bill Baker & team, for their volumes of information and photos. It is a dense, moderately fast growing species that grows to about 1,5-3 m tall and clumps profusely forming large bounces with hundreds individual plants. Asmussen-Lange, W.J. Hodel, D.R.1992. Globose fruits, of about 0,8 cm of diameter, black when ripe, that may aver irritant when touched and toxic if ingested due to the presence of crystals of calcium oxalate. Krempin (p. 92, 93) also discussed and illustrated C. graminifolia but the description and photograph depict C. seifrizii. Fruit globose, greenish black to â¦ General Description Habit: cespitose, erect to leaning, forming fairly dense and tight clumps of 40 or more stems to 3 x 1-2 m. Stems: 1-2 cm diam., green, shining, white-spotted, ageing with a thin glaucous covering, conspicuously ringed, internodes 5-20 cm long. Pistillate in moderate spirals, 2-2.5 x 2.5-3 mm, depressedglobose, yellow, slightly sunken; calyx 1-2 x 3-3.5 mm, lobed, green with clear membranous margins, sepals imbricate in basal 1/2-2/3, broadly rounded apically; petals 2.5 x 2.5-3 mm, ovate, imbricate nearly to apex, cup-shaped, erect and ± acute apically, ± thick, drying brown; staminodes 6, minute and scalelike, bilobed; pistil 2 x 2-2.5 mm, subglobose, green, stigma lobes sessile, erect or slightly recurved, blunt. This page was last modified 18:02, 31 July 2015 by. Many Special Thanks to Ed Vaile for his long hours of tireless editing and numerous contributions. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret 117. The Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret (1938) is a dioecious species fairly variable forming dense tufts with erect or slightly inclined stems, 1,8-2,5 m long and of 1-2 cm of diameter, of glossy intense green colour on which are visible the whitish rings of the foliar scars spaced of 12-20 cm. It is very tolerant of low light, where it takes on a softer and more open and graceful habit, often with leaning stems. Mayans cultivated it around their villages and temples as ornament and possibly for religious purposes. Along with C. graminifolia, C. seifrizii is certainly one of the most drought tolerant of chamaedoreas. Tabasco. In fact, there is less foliar variation between Burret's typical C. seifrizii and Moore's typical C. erumpens than between the latter and its horticultural variety 'Fairchild.' Chamaedorea seifrizii is easily propagated by seeds which germinate readily within 100 days. Rather, it seems to be a function ofage and ofthe amount oflight; older plants.in lower light seem to lean and scramble more while those in higher light are more compact, stiff, and upright. Although C. seifrizii was not named until 1938, Millspaugh (1898) and Standley (1930) encountered it at earlier dates but listed it under other names. Mealy Bug, Scale, Gliocladium blight and Phytopthora bud rot can also affect this palm but they far less commonly seen. Interpreting Wetland Status. Fruits: 8 mm in diam., globose, black, epicarp thin, finely reticulate, mesocarp thin, yellow, pulpy with few slender fibers adherent to thin endocarp; seeds 6 mm in diam., globose. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret Arecaceae Chamaedorea es el nombre genérico que deriva de las palabras griegas chamai , que significa "sobre el terreno", y dorea , que significa "regalo", posiblemente en referencia a las frutas fácilmente alcanzables. Has long bamboo-like canes. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.Published on the internet. Each stem is long and slender with "nodes" very similar in appearance to Bamboo. Bot. EDDMapS Distribution: This map is incomplete and is based only on current site and county level reports made by experts and records obtained from USDA Plants Database. That with the pinnae regularly arranged was selected as the type. Phonetic spelling of Latin names by edric. Chamaedorea are dioecious, male, and female flowers, on separate plants. Orange Walk. Gold Coast Hinterland, Queensland, Australia. Chamaedorea seifrizii Burret Common names Camedor xiat in Spanish Camedórea-bambu in Portuguese Seifriz's chamaedorea in English Seifriz-Bergpalme in German bamboo palm in English camedórea-bambú in language. Moore's C. erumpens has softer leaves with broader pinnae. In fact, most of the material produced commercially in Florida is called, for lack of a better term, "Florida Hybrid." Gart. It reproduces by seed in draining loam maintained humid at the temperature of 26-28 °C, with rather variable and long germination times, starting from 1-2 months, if fresh, up to 9-12 months, and by division on late spring-early summer. Campeche. Moore stated that he found no differences other than in the foliage. Moore noted two leafforms in C. erumpens. As the webs produced are virtually invisible until it has damaged the plant significantly, a light but thorough spray mixture of water, alcohol and Safer's Soap applied once a week should prevent this. Gart.
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