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Cycas aculeata
Cycas aculeata The Cycad Pages Cycas aculeata Cycas aculeata K.D. Hill & H.T. Nguyen , Bot. Rev. 70(2): 149-150 (2004). H— ... 20-22 mm long, sterile apex 2-3 mm long, level, apical spine absent. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home © 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written and ...
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Cycas angulata
Cycas angulata Photo Ken Hill The Cycad Pages Cycas angulata Cycas angulata R. Br., Prodr. 1: 348 (1810). TYPE: Australia, "New Holland, North Coast"R. Brown ... -4 mm thick; fibrous layer absent; sclerotesta smooth. Spongy endocarp absent. Photo Ken Hill The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home © 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written and ...
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Cycas apoa
Cycas apoa The Cycad Pages Cycas apoa Cycas apoa K.D. Hill, Austral. Syst. Bot. 7: 553-55, fig. 9. (1994). H—CANB ... , 40 mm wide; sarcotesta orange-brown; fibrous layer present; sclerotesta smooth. Spongy endocarp absent. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home © 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written and ...
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Cycas arenicola
Cycas arenicola The Cycad Pages Cycas arenicola Cycas arenicola K.D. Hill, Telopea 5(2): 419-242 (1993). H—NSW TYPE: Australia, Northern ... pruinose, 1.5-3 mm thick; fibrous layer absent; sclerotesta smooth. Spongy endocarp absent. 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
... Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages GENUS Macrozamia K.D. Hill Macrozamia glaucophylla Photo Ken Hill Macrozamia Miq., Monogr. Cycad.: 35 (1842); from the Greek makros, large, and Zamia a genus of cycads. ... been applied by European writers to most other Australian cycads (Macrozamia, Lepidozamia and Cycas) Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib Leaflets with a coloured basal ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages Microcycas calocoma Photo Dennis Stevenson GENUS Microcycas D.W. Stevenson Microcycas (Miq.) A. DC., Prodr. 16(2): 522-548 (1868); from the Greek micro small, and the generic name Cycas ... and a very long, spirally twisted suspensor. Seeds radiospermic; germination cryptocotular. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home © 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens ...
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The Cycad Pages
... looks like this: ,==CYCADACEAE================= Cycas | | ,======= Encephalartos | ,===| | ,===| `======= Lepidozamia ANCESTOR<=| | | | | `=========== Macrozamia | | | |=============== Bowenia | | | |=============== Stangeria `==ZAMIACEAE==| |=============== Dioon | | ,=========== Ceratozamia `===| | ,======= Microcycas `===| | ,=== Chigua `===| `=== Zamia The Cycad Pages The World List References ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages FAMILY Cycadaceae A family with a single genus: Cycas Habit: dioecious palm like shrubs with aerial or subterranean, pachycaul, cylindrical stems. Leaves: pinnate, ... the tips and a very long, spirally twisted suspensor. Seeds platyspermic; germination cryptocotylar. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home © 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Written ...
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The Cycad Pages
... The Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages CORALLOID ROOTS AND NITROGEN FIXATION Juliana Medeiros and Dennis Stevenson References and further reading Appleby, ... in Cycas panzhihuaensis." In D.W. Stevenson and Knut Norstog [eds.] The biology, structure and systematics of the Cycadales. Proceedings of CYCAD 90, the second international conference on Cycad biology. Palm and Cycad Societies ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Cycad Pages The Cycad Pages ETHNOBOTANY OF CYCADS Nadia Audhali and Dennis Stevenson CYCAD USES Various cycad species are used as food, ceremonially, and/or for ritual and ... Cycas Mexico/Honduras: Dioon, Zamia Cuba: Microcycas, Zamia Colombia: Chigua, Zamia North/Central/South America, Carribean: Zamia Mexico/Belize/Guatemala: Ceratozamia, Zamia Further reading and references. The Cycad Pages ...
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