Zamia angustifolia (Cultivated)

 
Palm-like plant with bulbous trunk, smooth petioles, pinnate leaves with up to 60 pairs of linear leaflets, up to 25 cm long, dentuculate towards tip; cones up to 6 cm long with tomentose scales. 
  

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Flora of Panipat: Zamia angustifolia from Arya PG College Campus Panipat Haryana:  Zamia angustifolia
A Gymnosperm
From arya PG College Panipat Haryana (220 mts)
Garden Plant with pinnate compound leaves about 30-35 inches. leaflets about 6-8 inches
Cone size about 4 inch long
shot on 25-6-11
pls validate
Nice specimen ...
very unusual... what is the structure in picture number 4?
This is Cone of the Plant 
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GYMNOSPERMS FORTNIGHT :: Zamia/Macrozamia for id from Panipat-NS 23 : Attachments (7). 2 posts by 2 authors. This one is also a popular ornamental known by the name Zamia.. please help to conclude..
This should be Zamia angustifolia.
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Zamia angustifolia Jacq.,
Palm-like plant with bulbous trunk, smooth petioles, pinnate leaves with up to 60 pairs of linear leaflets, up to 25 cm long, dentuculate towards tip; cones up to 6 cm long with tomentose scales.
Photographed from Delhi University Flower show.
 
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Please ID this plant captured at Jijamata Udyan Flower Show in Feb 2015.
The placard indicated Zamia floridana... Please validate.

This seems to be Zamia angustifolia. The pics of the leaves match with Balkar ji's post and Singh ji's post and Nidhan ji's post as well.
Requested to please validate.
  
 
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