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The Piassava Palm (Attalea funifera) is assessed as Least Concern. The species is common in its natural range. The extent of occurrence (EOO) does not meet. Origin and Habitat: North-eastern Atlantic coast of Brazil in the state of Bahia, Alagoas and Sergipe. Type locality: Banks of Rio Negro and its tributaries. Habitat. PDF | The reproductive ecology of piassava palm (Attalea funifera Mart.) was investigated for 19 months in the Atlantic forests of eastern Brazil.

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Attalea funifera

A first class website. Piassava seedlings quickly emerge from these blackened, nutrient-rich soils, and become commercially productive in 5 to 8 years.

Glassman also described a fourth member of this group, A. Using field germination experiments, the following questions are addressed: Glassman doubted the validity of A.

Genera Palmarum – Evolution and Classification of the Palms.

Young palms are often found under palms that have been allowed to produce fruit. Photo by Dennis Johnson.

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Hansen, Dennis Marinus, ed. The Fruit the Gomphotheres Ate”. Its shell is hazel-brown in colour, very hard and close in texture, and much used by turners in forming ornamental articles, such as knobs for umbrella handles. Back to Palm Encyclopedia. Between 29 and 67 species. Photo by Antonio Silveira. Few people are aware of just how large this palm can get, and one often sees it planted in places where its going to cause real problems later on.

Oil in seeds are used for margarine and chocolate industry. Kuhn; Kyoko Nakamura; Nora H. Prefers full sun but will tolerate half day sun. Attalea funifera – Brazilian palm yielding fibers used in making ropes, mats, and brushes bahia coquillaBahia piassavapiassava palmpissaba palm feather palm – palm having pinnate or featherlike leaves Attaleagenus Attalea – unarmed feather palms of central and northern South America coquilla nut – nut having a hard hazel-brown shell used like funifeda ivory.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Do piassava attaela retain viability in the soil seed bank, or do they readily germinate?

In addition, several hybrids between species occur that would be considered different genera under Glassman’s five-genus system, which has also been used as an argument for placing them in a single genus.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. If you would like to support this site, please consider Donating. Attaleagenus Attalea – unarmed feather palms of central and northern South America.

These 5-m strands of water-resistant fiber have long represented an important component of the regional export economy, first in the fashioning of anchor cables, and later in the manufacture of brooms and brushes cf. Bundles of recently harvested Piassava leaf base fiber. Small patches of restinga forest are burned during the summer December-Marchafter all but the piassavas have been hacked down and allowed to dry.

The primary economic value of piassava is its sheath fiber. Not for the casual reader. Although fruits were in the past naturally dispersed by large forest rodents, over-hunting of these animals for food has for the most part eliminated this means of seed dispersal Voeks The cultivation of piassava is managed by approximately small-scale farmers, processors and their families.

Attalea funifera – definition of Attalea funifera by The Free Dictionary https: This pinnately leaved, nonspiny genus includes both small palms lacking an aboveground stem and large trees.

Attalea funifera – definition of Attalea funifera by The Free Dictionary

attalsa Very variable in height, usually tall and aerial, but also small and subterranean, 0- 1, m tall and cm diameter. Brown Capuchin Cebus apella in tree drinking from Piassava Palm Attalea funifera nut, monkeys use rocks and anvils to crack open nuts, Cerrado habitat, Piaui State, Brazil. Seed germination is remote tubular [20] —during germination, as the cotyledon expands it pushes the young shoot away from the seed.

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Overal; Andrew Henderson It forms a plumose head of up to 30 large leaves that are held erect funiferra a shuttlecock-like crown. References in periodicals archive? Attalea species have a long history of human use, and include economically important sources of palm oil and fibre. Technical fibres or textile fibres are bundles of individual fibres that have mechanical properties that depend on the origin of plant, the nature of the extraction, refining procedures, age, funifrea chemical constituents Vincent, Bagworm moth Basal stem rot Ganoderma orbiforme Cadang-cadang disease Little leaf syndrome Oryctes rhinoceros Rhynchophorus palmarum Oil palm bunch moth Tirathaba mundella Tirathaba attalea Red ring disease Bursaphelenchus cocophilus.

Sousa ; Hooker Palms only have a set number of new leaves that can sprout and grow per year and removing fronds will not increase that number.

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If you have any useful information about this plant, please atyalea a comment. Attalea species are monoecious —male and female flowers are separate, but are borne by the same plant.

It is not unusual to see offspring growing in the old leaf boots of a mature tree. At either end of the range of this species, short stemmless plants occurs. Individual palms often change gender as they grow and reach the forest canopy, agtalea condition associated with decreasing competition and increasing access to solar radiation Voeks a. Why should so many species exhibit apparent adaptations to an ecological factor–in this case fire-that is infrequently a natural element in the ecosystem?

Fibres from the Bahia piassaba palm have been described as harder than other funifeera fibres. The leaves of Attalea butyracea and A. Three species are present in the Caribbean —two in Trinidad and Tobagoalong the southern edge of the region, and one in Haiti.