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Seed dispersal in the cycad Zamia pumila in Florida
Author(s): W. Tang
Journal: Canadian Journal of Botany
Article Topic(s): Germination, Seed collecting
Research Setting(s): Pine, Pine rockland
Species Referenced: Zamia pumila (Coontie),
AbstractStudies seed dispersal of Zamia pumila in pine rockland habitats in Florida. Seeds tended to be deposited under nearby shrubs and seed germination was higher in shade compared to sun. Dispersal usually occurred within six months and in two periods: after seed ripening and prior to seed germination.
Suggested CitationW. Tang. "Seed dispersal in the cycad Zamia pumila in Florida." Canadian Journal of Botany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique 67.7 (1989): 2066-2070.