Macrozamia communis

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Noun1.Macrozamia communis - large attractive palmlike evergreen cycad of New South WalesMacrozamia communis - large attractive palmlike evergreen cycad of New South Wales
cycad - any tropical gymnosperm of the order Cycadales; having unbranched stems with a crown of fernlike leaves
genus Macrozamia - genus of large evergreen Australian cycads; sometimes classified in family Cycadaceae
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However, Macrozamia communis, the most common and geographically widespread species growing in eastern NSW, where early accounts were made, was not formally identified as a separate species until 1959 (Johnson 1959).
This view was supported by an observation of a seven-fold increase in the production of edible female seeds following a 'small but intense' fire in a population of Macrozamia communis in New South Wales (Beaton 1982: 52-53).
& Meerow, 1996), Macrozamia communis (0.09), as well as with those
Whelan, 1986, Masting, seed dispersal and seed predation in the cycad Macrozamia communis. Oecologia 70:100-105.
The understorey was very sparse and comprised scattered Narrow-leafed Geebung Persoonia linearis, Burrawang Macrozamia communis, Willow-leaved Hakea Hakea salicifolia and Hairpin Banksia Banksia spinulosa.
The total genetic diversity (Ht) for the complex (0.23) was lower than that found for the Macrozamia plurinervia complex (0.352; Sharma et al., 2004); Encephalartos barteri (0.297; Ekue, Gailing, Holscher, Sinsin, & Finkeldey, 2008) and Cycas simplicipinna (0.878; Feng, Wang, & Gong, 2014), but higher than Macrozamia communis (0.19; Ellstrand, Ornduff, & Clegg, 1990); M.