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Cycas armstrongii Miq.
Arch. Neerl. Sci. Exact. Nat. 3: 235 (1868)
Family: CYCADACEAE

Cycas armstrongii Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner
Cycas armstrongii in habitat. South of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia.

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Common Names include:
ENGLISH: Fire-fern


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Cycas armstrongii in habitat. South of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia. Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner
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Fruiting habit with new emerging leaves. outh of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia. Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner

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Female specimes with maturing seeds. Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner
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Cataphylls. Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner

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Cycas armstrongii Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner
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New emerging fronds. Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner

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Cycas armstrongii Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner
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Cycas armstrongii Photo by: Josef Cycad Perner

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by Josef Cycad Perner

by Josef Cycad Perner
This species is deciduous late in the dry season of the monsoonal climatic cycle experienced in its natural habitat.
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Male cone.
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by Josef Cycad Perner

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