Synonyms for licuala or Related words with licuala

weinmannia              meliosma              cynometra              foveolata              marcgravia              jacquinia              membranacea              glabrescens              onosma              connata              schefflera              gaudichaudii              celebica              hernandia              thwaitesii              alseodaphne              stipularis              illigera              dypsis              annamensis              capitellata              plagiochila              radlk              perezia              manettia              setigera              russelia              sticta              bomarea              gracilipes              spruceana              lepidota              parinari              congesta              plumosa              caffra              puberula              ochlandra              habenaria              auriculata              talisia              vestita              speciosum              calcarata              gigantochloa              chrysantha              coriacea              sessiliflora              ecklonii              filipes             

Examples of "licuala"
Licuala orbicularis is a species of palm in the genus "Licuala". It is endemic to the island of Borneo.
Licuala spinosa, the Mangrove Fan Palm, is a species of palm in the genus "Licuala". The plant is native to the moist areas of southeast Asia. Licuala spinosa grows in clumps, reaching high. It prefers full sun, a lot of water, and is more cold hardy than most "Licuala" species.
Licuala dasyantha is a species of palm tree in the Arecaceae family.
"Cocos nucifera", coconut. "Calamus pseudo-tenuis", "Calamus rotang", "Calamus thwaitesii", "Phoenix loureiroi" and "Licuala" sp.
"Licuala dasyantha" is found only in and endemic to China. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
Licuala ramsayi is a species of plant in the Arecaceae family; its common name is the Queensland or Australian Fan Palm.
Licuala ferruginea is a species of palm tree from the genus "Licuala". It is found in Singapore, including in the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. It is also found in Peninsular Malaysia. It is a small palm with a short stem. It has between 10 and 13 leaflets. The central leaflet is the longest and can grow to up to one meter long. The flowers have hairy ovaries. The fruits are pink when young and black when mature.
The larvae feed on palms and canes including "Cocos nucifera", "Calamus pseudotenuis", "Calamus rotang", "Calamus thwaitesii", "Phoenix loureirii", "Licuala chinensis" and "Phoenix humilis". Has also been recorded on "Zingiber officinale".
Phruensis is a fungal genus in the Valsaceae family. It is monotypic, containing the single species Phruensis brunneispora, found on decaying trunks of the palm "Licuala longecalycata" in Thailand. The species was described as new to science in 2004.
Licuala grandis, the Ruffled Fan Palm, Vanuatu Fan Palm or Palas Palm is a species of palm tree in the Arecaceae family, native to Vanuatu, an island nation in the Pacific.
Occurs in swamps, riverbanks, and rainforests in Australia from the Cape York Peninsula to the Paluma Range north of Townsville. One of the most cold-tolerant Licuala species and the only one native to Australia.
Licuala is a genus of palms commonly found in tropical rainforests of southern China, Southeast Asia, the Himalayas, New Guinea and the western Pacific Ocean islands. They are fan palms, with the leaves mostly circular in outline, sometimes undivided but more usually divided into wedge-shaped segments. "Licuala acutifida" is the source of cane for the walking stick nicknamed the "Penang-lawyer" by colonials, probably from the Malay phrase "pinang liyar" for a wild areca, although the term may also refer to the use of these canes as deadly knobkerries to assassinate litigious enemies.
The reserve contains remnant lowland rainforest (mesophyll vine forest) dominated by the fan palm ("Licuala ramsayi"). As well as many other plants of conservation significance it, and adjoining uncleared areas, also protect the habitat of threatened rainforest animals such as the southern cassowary, striped possum and Bennett's tree-kangaroo. Management issues are dealing with weeds and feral pigs.
Penang lawyer — Made from Licuala. After the bark was removed with only a piece of glass, the stick was straightened by fire and polished. The fictional Dr. Mortimer owned one of these in "The Hound of the Baskervilles". So did Fitzroy Simpson, the main suspect in "Silver Blaze", whose lead weighted stick was initially assumed to be the murder weapon.
The Palmetum was officially opened in September 1988 as a Bicentennial project. Townsville’s Japanese sister city Tokuyama funded the initial development of the Licuala Walk and Tokuyama Garden, which was completed in 1996. The Blackhawk Memorial was completed in 1997, dedicated to the 18 soldiers who lost their lives in a training exercise accident at the High Range Training Area.
The Minor Walking Stick Palm has a limited distribution in the rainforests of the southern Mcllwraith Range (Cape York Peninsula), and is most abundant in the Queensland's wet tropical forests south of Cooktown (Mount Amos area) to Mission Beach (Licuala State Forest) and as far inland as Windsor Tableland (from 0–1200 m elevation)
There are many varieties of "ketupat", with two of the more common ones being "ketupat nasi" and "ketupat pulut". "Ketupat nasi" is made from white rice and is wrapped in a square shape with coconut palm leaves while "ketupat pulut" is made from glutinous rice is usually wrapped in a triangular shape using the leaves of the fan palm ("Licuala"). "Ketupat pulut" is also called "ketupat daun palas" in Malaysia.
Note: In Gagnepain and Conrard the plant would key-out to "Licuala radula". "L. cattienensis" differs from the latter in its segments which have straight sides (versus curved) and rachillae which are not zigzag and are covered with scattered, very short, glandular hairs (versus zigzag and densely covered with golden brown hairs). It also differs in habitat: "L. radula" occurs on steep slopes in montane forest more than 500 km to the north, in Thua Thien-Hue Province.
Licuala cattienensis, is a small fan palm, endemic to southern Viet Nam. The type locality is in Cat Tien National Park in Đồng Nai Province, growing in seasonal tropical forest in flat areas near rivers at low elevations. It is recognisable by being much smaller (<2m) and single-stemed, in comparison the larger "L. spinosa", which is common in the Park and grows in grows in clumps.
Naturalists also treasure Bukit Timah for its variety of plants and animals. Some of the common plants there are the rattan, figs, and macaranga. Two meninjau trees ("Gnetum gnemon") stand near the visitor center. 18 different species of dipterocarps live in the reserve, including the seraya ("Shorea curtisii") and "Dipterocarpus caudatus". Fan palms ("Licuala ferruginea"), leaf litter plants ("Agrostistachys longifolia") thorny rattan and ferns are also common. Fern species include staghorn fern ("Platycerium coronarium") and bird's nest fern ("Asplenium nidus"). Lichens and fungus, such as bracket fungus are also found.