Blechnum


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Noun1.Blechnum - in some classification systems placed in family PolypodiaceaeBlechnum - in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae; terrestrial ferns of cosmopolitan distribution mainly in southern hemisphere: hard ferns
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
Blechnaceae, family Blechnaceae - one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems; includes genera Blechnum, Doodia, Sadleria, Stenochlaena, and Woodwardia
hard fern - any of several ferns of the genus Blechnum
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T - Asplenium trichomanes T + Asplenium trichomanes T + Asplenium trichomanes S - Blechnaceae Blechnum appendiculatum Willd.
viridissimum Christ Blechnaceae Blechnum orientale L.
270 m, varios ejemplares creciendo subespontaneamente en el lecho y margenes de un pequeno curso de agua, en ambiente nemoral bajo un dosel arboreo dominado por Salix atrocinerea, Sambucus nigra y Castanea sativa, y en compania de las herbaceas Hypericum androsaemum, Dryopteris dilatata, Athyrium filis-femina, Blechnum spicant subsp.
Six Florida native species were tested: Blechnum serrulatum Richard (Blechnaceae), Ctenitis sloanei (Poeppig ex Sprengel) C.
1 III Ferns Campyloneurum phyllitidis -- 2 V Blechnum occidentale -- 1 V Cyathea parvula -- 1 III Adiantum trapeciforme -- 1 III Lianas Vitis tiliaefolia -- 1 V Pisonia aculeata -- 1 V Gouania lupuloides -- 1 V Lygodium volubile -- 1 V Hyperbaena paucinervis -- 1 IV Trichostigma octandrum -- 1 IV Davila rugosa -- 1 IV Smilax lanceolata -- 1 IV Hippocratea volubilis -- 1 III Cissampelos pareira -- 1 III Passiflora sexflora -- 1 III Smilax havanensis -- 1 III Serjania diversifolia -- 1 III Scattered species in the canopy layer: bucare, camaguilla (Myrsine coriacea), cuero (Guettarda monocarpa), penda, Clusia sp.
ASPLENIACEAE: Asplenium auritum (451, Ep, S); Asplenium pteropus (452, Ep, N); ATHYRIACEAE: Diplazium sp1 (467, Ht, Na); Diplazium sp2 (468, Ht, Na); BLECHNACEAE: Blechnum cordatum (455, Ht, S); Blechnum fragile (453, Ep, N); Blechnum stipitellatum (454, Ht, S); CYATHEACEAE: Cyathea caracasana (457, Ar, S); Cyathea fulva (456, Ar, N); Cyathea meridensis (458, Ar, N); DENNSTAEDTIACEAE: Paesia glandulosa (459, Ht, S); Pteridium arachnoideum (460, Ht, S); DRYOPTERIDACEAE: Arachniodes denticulata (469, Ht, S); Elaphoglossum antioquianum (464, Ep, S); Elaphoglossum latifolium (462, Ht, S); Elaphoglossum luridum (461, Ep, N); Elaphoglossum muscosum (465, Ep, N); Elaphoglossum Sec.
Las familias restantes presentaron una especie; los generos con mas especies fueron Blechnum, Serpocaulon y Anemia (2 especies).
Al comparar las epifitas vasculares del estrato dos con las del estrato uno se encontro que solo Tillandsia turneri es unica del estrato dos, con 19 especies compartidas, ubicadas en los generos Asplenium, Blechnum, Elaphoglossum, Pecluma, Pleopeltis, Serpocaulon, Stelis, Cyrtochyllum, Jungia, Tillandsia y Vriesea.
During the mining conference, BaAez and professor Esperanza Maribel Agoo of DLSU's department of biology identified more than 400 plants that neutralize metals, among them ferns like Blechnum orientales, grass like Saccharum spontaneum and tick trefoil flowers.
Blechnum orientate has been shown to accumulate lead and nickel from soil but not in a hyperaccumulating manner [6].