Caryota rumphiana, whose common names include the fishtail or Albert palm, is a Caryota or fish tail palm. It is native to Philippines, Sulawesi, Maluku, New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Bismarck Archipelago. Its leaves have a distinctive fishtail shape and its flowers have been described as mop-like. It is monocarpic.
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