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Published In: Verhandelingen uitgegeeven door de hollandse maatschappy der weetenschappen, te Haarlem 20(2): 424, 426–427. 1782. (Verh. Holl. Maatsch. Weetensch. Haarlem) Name publication detail

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Acceptance : Accepted
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Habitat: Grown outdoors or in green houses as an ornamental. The pith contains starch and is said to be carcinogenic. Vegetative propagation is by bulbils. Male plants not known from Pakistan.
Distribution: Distribution: Native to S. Japan, widely cultivated elsewhere.
Comment/Acknowledgements: *Retired since 1st July, 1986
Illustration: Cycas revoluta Thunb. (Illustration)
Map Location: Peshawar: B, C‑6 University Campus, cultivated, March 1986, Muqqadar Shah s.n. (PPFI‑B).


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Dioecious plants up to 4 m tall, usually unbranched. Leaves forming a crown at the top of the stem, pinnate. Male cone terminal, 25 ‑45 cm long, elongated,
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