Encephalartos lehmannii in habitat

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Figure 1. E. lehmannii with mealy bugs.

E. lehmannii in habitat, about 30-40 km north of Uitenhage, eastern Cape. There are lots of white mealy bugs on one of them (Figure 1) (it was just that one that was infected but I was surprised that the bugs were there in the plant habitat).

Figure 2. A very nice specimen of E. lehmannii.
Figure 3. An E. lehmannii where it's just the upper leaves that are blue-gray and the lower leaves are more green.
Figure 4. E. lehmannii

E. lehmannii in habitat

Figure 5. E. lehmannii in habitat.
Figure 6. E. lehmannii
Figure 7. E. lehmannii
Figure 8. E. lehmannii
Figure 9. E. lehmannii
Figure 10. E. lehmannii female cone.

Contributed by:

Jan Andersson (Figure 1-4)
Renier Smit (Figure 5-10)

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