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Summary: 
The Fan Palm (Licuala ramsayi) of the Wet Tropics hosts a unique endophyte Idrella licualae. Related species of Idrella (I. amazonica, I. asaicola, I. euterpes) have been isolated from the Acai Palm (Euterpe oleracea) of the Brazilian Amazon, which is the source of the popular antioxidant Acai berries.
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