Nenga (family Palmae) A genus of solitary palms in which the leaves are pinnate, with a pronounced crown-shaft. The inflorescence is sparsely branched. The flowers are spirally arranged, a female flanked by 2 males. The fruit wall is fleshy, and showy. There are 2 species, found in Sumatra and Malaya.
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