Small Cycad (unidentified Cycadophyte) Edit
- Height: 1 block
- Spreads near water
- Time: Early Permian to Present
- Native biome(s): None (obtain from fossils)
- Somewhat poisonous to most herbivores (medium-length Poison effect when eaten)
- Stegosaurus and other cycad specialists can eat this plant without consequences.
Cycads are a class of seed plants with a long history in the fossil record, dating back to at least the Early Permian. Most are wind-pollinated, although a few rely on pollination by very specific types of beetle. Although not universally so, many are poisonous, and a small handful (such as the Sago Cycad) are extremely toxic if consumed.