Chamaerops (family Palmae) A monotypic genus, C. humilis, one of Europe's two native palms, native to the western Mediterranean. It has a short, stout trunk, and may be solitary or growing in clumps. It has fan-shaped leaves with stiff leaflets. The inflorescences form among leaves. The flowers are hermaphrodite.
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