|Zamia pumila subsp. var.||Guayiga|
|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Zamia pumila, Linn. Differs, according to Webber, in having shorter and broader lfts. which are less twisted and not so erect and rigid, and in its shorter and non-umbonate cones with seed-bearing scales thinner and more flattened at outer end.—Abundant in Cent. Fla., ranging from 28° 30' north for 1° of latitude, in dense moist woods.
Underground stems are short and have many branches. From these underground stems, 4-12 erect leaves (dark green) emerge on smooth stalks. Cones are red to red-brown.
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- Flora: The Gardener's Bible, by Sean Hogan. Global Book Publishing, 2003. ISBN 0881925381