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Cycad Society of South Africa: Encephalartos Journal
... of the figure. Formal descriptions of new cycad taxa and new name combinations may be published ... cycad taxa, without formally describing them as new taxa, may also be published in Encephalartos. To avoid possible confusion of names of such taxa in future, they should be designated for example by terms such as Species A or Species 99. Do not ascribe provisional names to potential new cycad taxa ...
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Cycad International : Katherine NT Australia
... reports from our colleagues, there are still many yet undescribed and unpublished cycad taxa. Also, debate continues on the taxonomic circumscriptions of the presently described species. ... Macrozamia Lepidozamia Zamioideae Ceratozamieae Ceratozamia Zamieae Microcycadinae Microcycas Zamiinae Zamia Chigua Cycad International/Cycad Gardens Nursery. www.cycadinternational.com.au Phone: +61 8 8971 0335 ...
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Cycad conservation, Article 1
... should consider both of these activities when developing a program for populations of specific cycad taxa. What Is Off-Site Preservation? Off-site preservation of cycads is the development and ... in population numbers or size; and taxonomic and evolutionary uniqueness. The majority of known cycad taxa would be considered as priority for being included in ex-situ collections, according to ...
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Cycad conservation, Article 2
... plants for the production of future generations. Cycad field investigators have reported that numerous cycad taxa do not cone in their natural habitat. ... need to be considered prior to removing a plant. Numerous cycad taxa produce underground suckers or bulbuls on the stem. Sampling of ... of most cycad taxa is not known, it does appear that pollen dispersal by wind may play a factor in some taxa or at ...
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The Cycad Pages
... often referred to as the 'Age of Cycads'. During this time, cycad-like plants, along with the conifers and Ginkgoales, dominated the vegetation ... cycad genera known only as fossils, all of these from the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras. This does not include the form taxa, ... , and these present-day absences are not readily explained. The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Hill Macrozamia glaucophylla Photo Ken Hill Macrozamia Miq., Monogr. Cycad.: 35 (1842); from the Greek makros, large, and Zamia a genus of ... species, several of which are rare and inaccessible. All newly described taxa have not been fully evaluated, and some changes in the ... ), short (less then 25% of total leaf) 20. M. viridis The Cycad Pages The World List References and Links Home 1998-2004 ...
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Cycad International : Katherine NT Australia
... Jones Palm and cycad specialist David L. Jones updates the 1993 publication of this volume, adding 117 recognized taxa (for a total ... & Roy Osborne Australia is particularly rich in its cycad flora, with four different cycad genera and a great range in form ... Ken Hill and Roy Osborne from www.aussiebookshop.com.au Cycad International/Cycad Gardens Nursery. www.cycadinternational.com.au Phone: +61 8 ...
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Cycad Society of South Africa: Book Reviews
... "popular" books without understanding the issue, and secondly that by Vorster in Walters & Osborne's Cycad classification concepts pages 6983 (2004) in which available information but especially spatial information was ... customary to indicate the date of publication to the day in works in which new taxa are published. The new genera lack a Latin description and are therefore invalid. This means ...
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epric101
... Miscellaneous New Taxa of Bromeliaceae (XI). Ibid. 18: 95102. De Rebus Bromeliacearum II. With E. Sieff. Ibid. 18: 10348. Cycads at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. The Cycad Newsletter 20 ... Monteverde. Pp. 529530 Ibid. Introducing: Portea alatisepala. J. Bromeliad Soc. 50: 240. Miscellaneous New Taxa of Bromeliaceae (XV). Selbyana: 125131. A note about the Cryptanthus Formerly Known as ...
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Living Collections
... Palm Tour Tips for Planting Tips for Pruning Heliconias It All Starts With Dirt Cycad Scale Does Size Matter? Tropical Fruit Program Jackfruit Mangos Keys Coastal Habitat Plant Societies ... collection includes the largest number of highly threatened palm taxa of any botanical garden in the world. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's cycad collection includes representations of most of the world' ...
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