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Article: Introduction to Cycas, one of the largest genera of Cycads: Very impressive!

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jjacques
LE TAMPON
Reunion (French)

September 7, 2008
5:22 AM

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Hi there
A really impressive article, you do know the subject! I am not particularly fond of Cycas myself but many people here on Reunion have C. revoluta growing in the garden and some become quite huge. The trouble is that a few years ago a small blue butterfly was accidentally imported and its larvaes simply munch the new leaves, a very sad sight which at times leads to the plant's death...
JJ

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