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Encephalartos brevifoliolatus

Vorster 1996

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Taxonomic notes

Description

"Encephalartos brevifoliolatus ... resembles E. laevifolius Stapf & Burtt-Davy in having practically identical male cones, slender but rigid and spineless petioles with a whitish felt-like indumentum when young, and relatively narrow and entire leaflets which are abaxially finely ribbed. It differs from E. laevifolius and related species in its conspicuously wider and shorter leaflets with revolute margins" (Vorster 1996).

Distribution and Ecology

South Africa: Northern Province (Vorster 1996).

Big tree

Oldest

Ethnobotany

Observations

Remarks

Citations

Vorster, P. 1996. Encephalartos brevifoliolatus (Zamiaceae): A new species from the Northern Province. South African Journal of Botany 62: 61-64.

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Last Modified 2012-11-23