Euterpe precatoria var. longevaginata
Euterpe longevaginata Mart.
Stems relatively short, solitary or clustered. Leaf rachis covered with small brown to black scales on the lower surface; pinnae moderately pendulous, 2-3 cm wide, with 2 major veins on each side of the mid-rib.
Low to high elevations in the Andes and Central America.
Plants from W Ecuador and the Andes belong to this variety.
(F. Borchsenius #210).
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