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This is also a common cycad, can be distinguished by straight leaflets rather than with revolute margins in Sago Palm.. also the megasporophylls are woody and not woolly..
The pics with megasporophylls were recorded from I.B. College, Panipat..
the pics with male cone were taken by one of my colleagues from Vadodara..
I hope the id is correct.. Cycas circinalis

The tip of megasporophyll does not suggest C. circinalis.
More like C. rumphii…… but we follow this paper on Cycas in India, C. rumphii does not grown in India. We can explore C.indica or C. zeylanica
rbgsyd.pdf


Cycas thouarsii ??


I could not find a megasporophyll for a match on the net.


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