Stems often branched, subterranean to aboveground. Leaves broadly oblong-elliptic; leaflets entire to coarsely dentate, without midribs, venation dichotomous but appearing parallel. Cones distinctly peduncled. Pollen cones more slender than seed cones. x = 8.
Subtropics and tropics, North America, Mexico, West Indies, Central America, South America.
Species ca. 30 (1 in the flora).
Kral, R. 1983b. Cycadaceae: Zamia integrifolia Ait. In: R. Kral, ed. 1983. A Report on Some Rare, Threatened, or Endangered Forest-related Vascular Plants of the South. Washington. Pp. 20--23. [U.S.D.A., Techn. Publ. R8-TP 2.]