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Carludovica palmata
Panama hat Pan`a*ma" hat` A fine plaited hat, made in Central America of the young leaves of a plant (Carludovica palmata).

Meaning of Carludovica from wikipedia

- Carludovica palmata (Panama hat plant or toquilla palm) is a palm-like monocot plant. It is not a true palm. Its leaves are different from the leaves...
- Carludovica is a genus in the family Cyclanthaceae. It is native to tropical America, from southern Mexico and Guatemala to Ecuador and Bolivia. Carludovica...
- Carludovica elegans is a species of flowering plants in the family Cyclanthaceae. It is found in Peru. Huber Bol. Mus. Goeldi Hist. Nat. Ethnogr. 4: 538...
- origin. Traditionally, hats were made from the plaited leaves of the Carludovica palmata plant, known locally as the toquilla palm or jipi****a palm, although...
- be confused with palms. Setaria palmifolia (Palm gr****), a Poaceae. Carludovica palmata (Panama hat palm) and perhaps other members in the family Cyclanthaceae...
- for Carludovica palmata, the young leaves of which are made into Panama hats. An unidentified species belonging to this family (possibly a Carludovica species)...
- was imported. A fiber analogous to straw is obtained from the plant Carludovica palmata, and is used to make Panama hats. Traditional ****anese rain protection...
- Iraca (crater), crater on Saturn's Moon Rhea, named after the Incan god Carludovica palmata, called palma de iraca in Spanish Alexandre Iracà, Canadian politician...
- Cardiocrinum Cardiospermum Cardwellia Carex (sedge) Carissa Carlina Carludovica Carmichaelia Carnegiea (saguaro) Carpentaria Carphalea Carpinus (hornbeam)...
- established the first hotel in 1975, small log cabins and an iraca palm roof (Carludovica palmata). After the cabins (now the renewed Tacarcuna Lodge) were established...
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