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The nikau (Maori: nīkau; Rhopalostylis sapida) is a palm tree endemic to New Zealand, and the only palm native to New Zealand.
The nikau grows up to 15 m tall, with a stout, green trunk which bears grey-green leaf scars. The trunk is topped by a smooth, bulging crownshaft up to 1m long. The fronds are up to 3 m long, and the closely set, sometimes overlapping leaflets are up to 1 m long. The nikau produces flowers between November and April, and fruits ripen from February to November, taking almost a year to fully ripen. These are a preferred food of the kereru, the native wood pigeon.