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An unusual plant with a florescence like a corn cob. The corn-like thing is the male cone of a male plant. The female plant is separate and has a brown egg-shaped cone. The plant is pollenated primarily by a weevil! which is unusual and I think very cool. It belongs to the Family Zamiaceae and is a Cycad (and not a palm or a succulent). It is native to Veracruz, Mexico.
Garden area near the marina, Nassau, Bahamas.