Cycas pectinata Buch.-Ham.

Cycas pectinata Buch.-Ham. 
Common name: Assam Cycas
Local Names: Nagphal, Nagchampa (Assamese), Yendang (Manipuri), dieng-sia-goda (Khasi).

The species usually grow at elevations of 300-1100 m in warm subtropical forests. It is sparsely scattered in the northeastern states of India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Southeast Asian countries.

Cycas pectinata is listed in Appendix II of CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora).

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Related links: IUCN Redlist I IPNI I Plantlist
 I Cycadlist

Singh, R. and Khuraijam, JS. 2017. Cycas pectinata. In: Cycads of India: Online Database. www.cycadsofindia.in

Cycas pectinata in Northeast India