Difference between revisions of "Macrozamia mountperriensis"

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Open eucalypt forest in the Mount Perry region, south-central Queensland.
 
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Mount Perry region, south-central Queensland.
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A medium sized cyacd, with a trunk to about 0.3m tall,
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Latest revision as of 09:26, 12 December 2013

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Figure 1. M. mountperriensis

Contents

Distribution & Habitat:

Open eucalypt forest in the Mount Perry region, south-central Queensland.

Description:

A medium sized cycad, with a trunk to about 0.3m tall, and leaves up to 1.5m long.

General:

This species was initially described in 1886, but was until recently just thought to be a variant of M. miquelii

Culture:

Sunny, well drained position. Frost, and drought tolerant.



Contributed by:

Mike Gray

External Links:

Cycad Pages, IUCN, JSTOR, Trebrown

Google, Google Images, Flickr, PACSOA Forums