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Toddy palm is a common name for several species of palms used to produce palm wine. Species so used and named include:
- Borassus flabellifer, native to South and Southeast Asia, in the Indomalaya ecozone. It is a palm tree, one of the Sugar palm group, found from Indonesia to Pakistan
- Caryota, a genus of palm trees
- Cocos nucifera
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