Ceratozamia becerrae is a poorly understood species from Tabasco, Mexico.  The species is in the miqueliana complex with sister spcies zoquorum, santillani, and euryphyllidia and enjoys a similar climate that is hot and humid.  Ceratozamia becerrae occurs in habitat under closed canopy on cliff faces growing out of cracks in the rocks.  The ceratozamia shares it’s habitat with Zamia cremnophila and at seedling stage the plants are almost indistinguishable.  Key differences between congeners is that zoquorum cones are upright at maturity and becerrae cones are decumbent at maturity.

Ceratozamia becerrae

link to botanical description of Ceratozamia becerrae
becerrae_files/Ceratozamia_becerrae_description.pdf