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Yucca lacandonica

Yucca lacandonica is a plant species with the common name "tropical yucca".
It is native to Belize and to southern Mexico, the states of Chiapas, Veracruz, Tabasco, Quintana Roo, Campeche and Yucatán.
It is unique in the genus, the only epiphytic species in the group, although it has been reported to grow terrestrially as well.
Most Yuccas grow in arid and semi-arid climates in Mexico with the exception of Y. elepantipes, Y. aloifolia, and Y. lacandonica which grow in the humid zones.

Yucca lacandonica usually grows in tree branches about 20–25 m above the ground. It has a trunk up to 3 m long, 25 cm wide at the base, partially horizontal. Leaves are up to 85 cm long, about 5 cm wide.
Flowers are white, up to 7 cm across, with tepals narrowing to a long point at the tip.
Fruit juicy, elongated, up to 10 cm long.

Closely related to Yucca elephantipes.

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