|Synonymy: Unknown||Distribution: Southeastern Madagascar|
|Common names: Unknown||Conservation status: Endangered|
Large adult growing in the river
Clump of adults growing in the river
Pirogue constructed from a Ravenea musicalis trunk
Ravenea musicalis is endemic to a small region of southeastern Madagascar, where it grows in the water of clear, moving streams. The wood is used to construct small canoe-like boats called pirogues.
Photos courtesy and copyright © 2000, Brett Massoud, Azafady
Madagascar; taken in habitat near Belavenoka, Madagascar.
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