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CITES Cycad Species List & Import/Export Requirements
... CITES Cycad Species List & Import/Export Requirements CITES, Cycad Species & Import/Export Requirements By John Finfrock All cycads are in the CITES appendix under Plant ... and lasts five years. You must continually amend your permit if you keep importing different species. You must also pick a port of entry for inspection. Small packages can be sent ...
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Threatened and Endangered Cycad Species
... Species 51-100) Threatened and Endangered Cycads (Species 101-150) Threatened and Endangered Cycads (Species 151-200) Threatened and Endangered Cycads (Species 201-238) 1997 Red List Threatened and Endangered Cycad Species ...
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The Cycad Pages
... cycad names and their synonyms Enter a name to search: Return: Name only Name and bibliography Name, bibliography and type Or go to the listings of species ... have been presented at the various International Conferences on Cycad Biology (Stevenson, Osborne and Hendricks, 1990; Stevenson and Osborne ... unexpected, with almost half of the now accepted cycad species being named in the last 20 years (see ...
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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 medicine. When used as ... South America, Carribean: Zamia Mexico/Belize/Guatemala: Ceratozamia, Zamia Further reading and references. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney ...
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Cycad International
... Appendix 2 cycad material for export purposes. We are legally able to export commercial quantities of Cycad plants around the world from our export nursery. For Appendix I Cycad species, CITES recognizes " ... , border and bedding plants, some species are ideal as boundary barrier plants, see Landscaping with cycads in this web site. Comprehensive Information on Cycad Habitats and Habit as well as ...
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Cycad Society: About us
... of plants, seedlings, seed, and pollen of different cycad species between members. To encourage scientific research on cycads To promote all aspects of cycad conservation To foster and maintain links with organisations having ... " by David L Jones and "Cycads of Africa" by Douglas Goode as references for the Species pages. The utmost care has been taken to represent the original text and points of ...
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Cycad Society of South Africa: Book Reviews
... Contributors are leading world cycad scientists Cycad glossary and the world list of cycad species for reference Provides guidelines for the designation of species, species boundaries and species groupings, thus clarifying ... 250-million-year evolutionary history. Many cycad species exist today only as small, poorly-known or isolated populations or as ornamental species in botanic gardens. In order ...
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Cycad International : Katherine NT Australia
... , which are the most primitive surviving gymnosperms. Whitelock (owner of a cycad nursery) describes all of the known cycad species throughout the world and gives practical advice on cultivation and propagation. ... Australia is particularly rich in its cycad flora, with four different cycad genera and a great range in form and habitat in the 69 endemic species. Cycads of Australia highlights this ...
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Tree species of North America.
... species of North America. Tree species of North America. Tree species of North America. by Ariadne Unst Support us in bringing information to you - buy what ... in North America: Araucaria Family (Araucariaceae). Cedar or Cypress Family (Cupressaceae). Cycad Family (Cycadaceae). Family (). Ginkgo Family (Ginkgoaceae). One species grows in North America. It is non-native. Pine Family (Pinaceae). ...
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Sago Palm and Cycad Potting Mix
... ) 574-1595 E-mail: phil.bergman@junglemusic.net >>Cycads >>Cycad Help & Advice >>Cycad Potting Mix Cycad and Sago Palm Potting Mix by Phil Bergman ... Zamia. It demands warmth, good drainage and air humidity. Remember, cycad culture begins with the potting or garden soil. Clay ... be added to our mailing list click here. Receive quarterly species lists and announcemnets of Jungle Music's famous Open House ...
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