Athyriaceae


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Noun1.Athyriaceae - alternative names for one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systemsAthyriaceae - alternative names for one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems
fern family - families of ferns and fern allies
buckler fern, shield fern - any of various ferns of the genera Dryopteris or Polystichum or Lastreopsis having somewhat shield-shaped coverings on the sori
Dryopteris, genus Dryopteris - large widespread genus of medium-sized terrestrial ferns; in some classification systems placed in Polypodiaceae
Athyrium, genus Athyrium - temperate and tropical lady ferns; in some classifications placed in family Polypodiaceae or in the genus Asplenium
Cyrtomium, genus Cyrtomium - small genus of tropical Asiatic greenhouse ferns; in some classifications placed in Polypodiaceae
Cystopteris, genus Cystopteris - chiefly small perennial rock ferns: bladder ferns; in some classifications placed in Polypodiaceae
Deparia, genus Deparia - classification used for 5 species of terrestrial ferns usually placed in other genera
Diacalpa, genus Diacalpa - one species: delicate fern of foothills of Himalayas
genus Gymnocarpium, Gymnocarpium - oak ferns: in some classification systems included in genus Thelypteris
genus Lastreopsis, Lastreopsis - tropical terrestrial shield ferns
genus Matteuccia, genus Pteretis, Matteuccia, Pteretis - small genus sometimes included in genus Onoclea; in some classifications both genera are placed in Polypodiaceae
genus Olfersia, Olfersia - genus of fern having only one species
genus Onoclea, Onoclea - one species: sensitive fern; in some classifications included in Polypodiaceae
genus Polybotria, genus Polybotrya, Polybotria, Polybotrya - tropical American ferns; usually terrestrial when young but scandent later
genus Polystichum, Polystichum - small to medium-sized terrestrial ferns especially holly ferns; in some classification systems placed in Polypodiaceae
genus Rumohra, Rumohra - leatherleaf ferns: in some classifications included in genus Polystichum
genus Tectaria, Tectaria - terrestrial or epilithic ferns of tropical rain forests
genus Woodsia - genus of small to medium-sized usually rock-inhabiting ferns of temperate and cold regions; in some classification systems placed in Polypodiaceae
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It has been placed in the families Aspleniaceae (Hillebrand, 1888), Athyriaceae (Palmer 2003; pers.
We agree because, although homoplastic within Eupolypods II, the character states exhibited by Cystoathyrium occur more frequently in Cystopteridaceae than in Athyriaceae.