The ‘Wait-a-while’ Palm (3)

The 'Wait-a-while' Palm (3) - The 'Wait-a-while' palm, also known as Yellow Lawyer Cane palm, (Calamus motii) , has special sharp hooks or spines on the sheath of the stem, the midrib of the leaves, and on the long thin whip-like flagella, that enable the plant to climb high up into the canopy of the Daintree tropical rainforest by hooking onto bigger trees. Red Peak Station, Barron Gorge National Park, Queensland, Australia.

The ‘Wait-a-while’ Palm (3) – The ‘Wait-a-while’ palm, also known as Yellow Lawyer Cane palm, (Calamus motii) , has special sharp hooks or spines on the sheath of the stem, the midrib of the leaves, and on the long thin whip-like flagella, that enable the plant to climb high up into the canopy of the Daintree tropical rainforest by hooking onto bigger trees. Red Peak Station, Barron Gorge National Park, Queensland, Australia. P1150561aBlog3

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