Pseudophoenix lediniana is a palm species endemic to the Tiburon Peninsula in southwestern Haiti. It is a medium-sized tree, 10–20 metres tall, with pinnately compound leaves and solitary stems slightly swollen at the base.
Pseudophoenix lediniana is rare in the wild. The species was described and named by Robert William Read (1931-2003), and the standard abbreviation Read is used to indicate him as the author when citing its botanical name.
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- "Plant Name Details: Pseudophoenix lediniana". International Plant Name Index. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
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