Phenakospermum (family Strelitziaceae) A genus of unbranched trees whose banana-like leaves are held in a single plane, like a huge fan. The inflorescence is terminal. The fruit is a capsule with brightly coloured seeds. There is 1 species found in the north of tropical S. America.
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