Sabal palmetto

That's what I'm known for


Domain: Eukaryota

Kingdom: Plantae

Phylum: Embryophyta

Class: Liliopsida

Order: Arecales

Family: Arecaceae

Genus: Sabal

Species: Sabal plametto

                     Sabal palm

Domain Eukaryota: A multicellular organism containing a membrane bound nucleus and other organelles.

Kingdom Plantae: Multicellular organisms in the eukaryote domain that carry out the process of photosynthesis, which is the conversion of light energy to chemical energy for food.

Phylum Embryophyta: Familiar group of plants that include trees, shrubs, flowers, and mosses. These plants obtain there food through photosynthesis.

Class Liliopsida: Seed plants that are monocots (produce embryo with one cotyledon and have parallel veined leaves).

Order Arecales: This order was once know as 'Principle.' ItPicture taken by Mike Jones includes flowering plants.

Family Arecaceae: Consisting of tropical trees and shrubs with a long and tall trunk containing a crown of large leaves.

Genus Sabal: Contains the palm trees, including the palmetto.

Species Sabal palmetto: A fan leaved palm that is found in the Florida keys area.


To learn more about where the Sabal palmetto look at Habitat.