Attalea seabrensis is a single-stemmed, evergreen palm growing 15 - 20 metres tall. The unbranched stem can be 25 - 40cm in diameter; it is topped by a crown of leaves up to 8 metres long[
The plant is harvested from the wild for local use as a source of food and materials.
S. America - eastern Brazil.
Transitional forest remnants, on hills and in valleys, associated with streams, mostly at elevations of 500-1,200 metres[
Fruit - raw[
]. A sweet flavour[
An oil is obtained from the seed[
]. It is used for cooking[
The leaves are used for thatching[
The midrib of the leaf is used in the construction of doors and walls[
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