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Question 1: Sabal guatemalensis Becc., 1907 (southern Mexico and ________)
GuatemalaEl SalvadorNicaraguaCosta Rica

Question 2: Sabal maritima (Kunth) Burret, 1933 (Jamaica and ________)
PhilippinesCubaFranceCyprus

Question 3: Sabal miamiensis Zona, 1983 - Miami Palmetto (________) (possibly not distinct from S. etonia, and probably extinct)
North CarolinaMassachusettsNew JerseyFlorida

Question 4: Sabal bermudana L.H.Bailey, 1934 - Bermuda Palmetto (________)
British Virgin IslandsBermudaAnguillaCayman Islands

Question 5: Sabal mauritiiformis (H.Karst.) Griseb. & H.Wendl., 1864 - Palma de Vaca (southern Mexico to northern ________, Venezuela, and Trinidad)
Quindío DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)ColombiaValle del Cauca Department

Question 6: Sabal uresana Trel., 1901 - Sonoran Palmetto (________ and Sonora, Mexico)
Ciudad JuárezChihuahua, ChihuahuaDelicias, ChihuahuaChihuahua

Question 7: Sabal minor (Jacq.) Pers., 1805 - Dwarf Palmetto (southeastern United States: ________ north to North Carolina, west to Texas)
New JerseyColoradoMassachusettsFlorida

Question 8: Sabal domingensis Becc., 1908 - Palma Cana (________, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti)
PhilippinesCyprusCubaFrance

Question 9: Sabal gretheriae H.J.Quero.R., 1991 - Yucatan Palmetto (________, Mexico)
ChiapasQuintana RooChetumal, Quintana RooYucatán

Question 10: Hearts of palm are occasionally available fresh and whole, but are usually sold cut in pieces and ________.
CanningFood preservationModified atmosphereFermentation (food)
















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