Brongniartikentia lanuginosa (= Clinosperma lanuginosa)
A smallish, solitary palm to about 6 m (20 ft.) tall with a slender trunk to about 10 cm (4 in.) in diamteter. Atop a short crownshaft, which is thickly covered in brown wooly hairs, sits a sparse crown holding usually five compact, broad, keeled and slightly recurved leaves. It is native to northeastern New Caledonia, where it grows in low, shrubby, wet mountain forest between 700 and 1250 m (2300 and 4100 ft.). It is extremely rare in cultivation, mostly due to a lack of seeds.