Kaiber here brought in some of the nuts of the zamia tree; they were dry and therefore in a fit state to eat.
Even zamia pectinata may, as Sternberg remarks, have been a fern.
Many of the plants speak the same language—especially the zamia.
The other starch, from the Western Australian zamia, in quality rivalled arrowroot.
On passing the last, the party emerged on to poorly grassed, desolate-looking sandstone ridges, covered with grass-tree and zamia.
What I call the umbrella palm, but what they call here the cabbage palm—a sort of zamia alsophila—grew abundantly in groups.
In consequence of the prevalence of this plant, I called the creek "zamia Creek."