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I saw it at a resort in the Dominican Republic. I liked it because it seems to give decent shade but it doesn't seem to have a big trunk, so it's not heavy.

Can you guys identify this tree? Thanks.

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Ruffled fan palm tree (Licuala grandis)

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  • oops, sorry, didn't realise you'd already id'd it... upvoting yours to make up for it! – Bamboo Jul 26 '16 at 19:41
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One of the fan palms, possibly Licuala grandis - gets up to 3 metres high over many years, likes tropical conditions, that is, reasonably high temperatures and high humidity

http://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/Licuala_grandis

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