E. Aemulans

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E. AEMULANS. Commonly known as the woolly Natalensis.
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E. Altensteinii

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E. ALTENSTEINII is a relatively fast grower. This species is very similar to E. Natalensis.
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E. Aplanatus

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E.APLANATUS. The stem is subterranean and is rarely producing suckers. The leaves are dark green
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E. Arenarius

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Arenarius is severely endangered in the wild. Leaves are dull green but in certain areas forms with a blue-green leves are found - they are, however, quite rare.
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E. Caffer

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Grows in the Eastern Cape area in full sunlight. Is frost tolerant. Leaflets are leathery with a dull green colour and are usually disorderly arranged on the rachis.
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E. Cerinus

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E. Cerinus has a thick waxy layer on the leaflets. Blue-green on the upper side and paler green on the lower side. Fast grower, can tolerate light frost.
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E. Cupidus

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Both sides of the leaflets have the same dull blue-green colour. The stem is largely subterranean and suckers easily.
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E. Cycadifolius

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These plants are partially subterranean and produce many suckers. Leaflets are 4-6mm wide and leathery. Cycadifolius is a very slow grower.
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E. Dolomiticus

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Highly endangered and rare species.
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E. Dyerianus

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Both sides of the leaves have the same bluish-green colour.This species is very endangered in the wild.
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E. Eugene-maraisii

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The species is a relatively slow grower and do best in full sunmlight.
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E. Ferox

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Leaves are dark green on the upper side and slightly paler on the lower side. This specie is not endangered.
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E. Friderici-guilielmi

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Friderici-guilielmi originates from the Easter Cape and 2 differnt leaf forms are distinguished. Leaves are blue-green on the upper side with a silvery wax coating and paler on the lower side. Leaves from the Kokstad area are greener on the upper side.
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E. Heenanii

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Leaves are dark green on the upper side and slightly paler green on the lower side. Leaflets have prominent longitudinal ridges. Slow grower.
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E. Horridus

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Horridus derived from the word horrible and refers to the spininess of the plants leaves. The leaves have a silver waxy layer. Leaflet lobes are severely twisted.
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E. Humilis

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Leaves are blueish green on the upper side and slightly paler on the lower side
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E. Inopinus

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Leaves are silvery-green on the upper side and slightly paler on the lower side. These plants are extremely endangered in the wild.
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E. Laevifolius

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Various leaf forms and colour ranging from dark green to more blue-green can be distinguished depending on the different localities.
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E. Lanatus

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Lanatus grow in Mpumalanga and is very fros hardy.
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E. Lebomboensis

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Leaves are bright green on the upper side and more yellowish-green on the lower side. 2 Forms are distinguished namely the Mananga form and the Piet Retief form.
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E. Lehmannii

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Leaves are blue-green initially on the upper side but gradually assuming a dark green colour as the waxy surface layer wears away. The lower side is slightly lighter that the upper side.
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E. Longifolius

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The distal half of the leaf often curves strongly downwards
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E. Middelburgensis

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E.Middelburgensis. This Cycad's leaves are blue-green both sides and very straight.
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E. Natalensis

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This species occurs from the north Eastern Cape through most of KwaZulu Natal.
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E. Ngoyanus

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Ngoyanus originated from the Ngoye forest in KwaZulu Natal. The stem is subterranean and the leaves are bright green to dark green on the upper side and slightly lighter on the lower side.
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E. Nubimontanus

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Different forms are distinguish with respect to leaflet colour, lenght, width and spininess. In all forms, however, the leaves are blue-green both sides.
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E. Paucidentatos

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Leaves are glossy dark green on the upper side and lighter and duller on the lower side.
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E. Princeps

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Leaves are blue on the upper side and greenish on the lower side. Relatively slow grower. Mature plants are frost and draught hardy.
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E. Transvenosus

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Glossy dark olive green on the upper side and a dull yellow-green on the lower side.
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E. Trispinosus

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Leaves are grey-green to blue-green on the upper and slightly lighter on the lower side.
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E. Umbeluziensis

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E. Villosus

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Subterranean plant with dull dark green leaves on the upper side and slightly lighter green on the lower side. Different leaflet forms from different habitats.
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