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E. concinnus

E. Concinnus. Described in 1969 endemic to South Central Zimbabwe is one of four species separated from the Manniekensis and this small to medium cycad can be found in small colonies, growing in bushy scrub, amoung boulders in open deciduous forests and grasslands and also hidden in steep sides of protected ravines and gorges. The climate is hot in summer and mild in winter and can be grown in full sun or semi shade and is sensitive to frost. The straight but sometimes untidy looking leaves are a dark green colour with a distinct bluish bloom to those growing in the shade. Female cones are barrel shaped and green in colour while the seeds are red. Although this specie has a wide distribution range it does not occur in large numbers in any of its localities.

Example of an adult Concinnus

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