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The Cycad Pages
... Cycad Pages Cycas pruinosa Photo Ken Hill The Cycad Pages Welcome to the intriguing world of Cycads Survivors from before the dinosaurs! The Cycad Pages - Web access to a botanical database developed from The World List of Cycads, with a page for every known cycad. What are cycads? An ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Cycas macrocarpa Photo Ken Hill Introduction to Cycads What is a Cycad? The cycads are a small group of plants with many unique features, an ancient origin ... contrast to the flowering plants in which the ovules are enclosed in an ovary. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written and ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Cycas cairnsiana Photo Ken Hill Cycad Identification The cycads are members of an ancient and very distinct natural group botanically known ... not apically truncate 10 Sporophylls with 2 horns -- Ceratozamia 10* Sporophylls lacking horns -- Zamia The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written and ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Cycas macrocarpa Photo Ken Hill ETHNOBOTANY OF CYCADS Nadia Audhali and Dennis Stevenson INTRODUCTION Cycads are ... species. Click here to look at uses in different regions and for different cycads The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written and ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Cycas pranburiensis Photo Ken Hill More about Cycads Cycad enthusiasts today are fortunate in having a wealth of excellent literature readily available. A number ... . The Virtual Garden The Garden Web and other society pages. My Garden - A collection of gardening sites. Internet Directory for Botany. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Cycas macrocarpa Photo Ken Hill GENUS Cycas K.D. Hill Cycas L., Sp. Pl.: 1188 (1753); from the Greek Koikas, a kind of palm. Type: C. ... narrow (less than 4 mm wide) -- Cycas pruinosa 2* Margins of pinnae flat or recurved; pinnae broad (more than 5 mm wide) -- Cycas furfuracea The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages World List of Cycads K.D. Hill & D.W. Stevenson Cycas maconochiei Photo Ken Hill A comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date listing of all accepted cycad names and their ... -Huntianum standard and other material follows the style of Stafleu and Cowan (1976-1983). The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written and ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Ecology and Conservation Cycad plants are long-lived and slow-growing, with slow recruitment and population turnover. The fleshy ... is consequently limited to the usually short distance that the animals can carry the seed. Cycas subsection Rumphiae has seeds with a spongy endocarp not seen elsewhere among the cycads, which ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Gardening with Cycads Cycads in gardens Cycads have a long history in gardens in several ... temples traditionally feature 4? plants - a white Camellia, a red Camellia, a ?Ginkgo and a cycad. Cycas revoluta is the favoured species and most frequently seen, although local cycads also have been ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages GENUS Encephalartos K.D. Hill Encephalartos Lehm., Pugill. 6: 14 (1834); ... J.G.C. (Johann Georg Christian) Lehmann in 1834. All cycads except Cycas had been regarded as members of the genus Zamia until then, and ... Seed cones cm diam. Sarcotesta(colour) red orange yellow orange-brown The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens ...
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