Cyrtomium


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Noun1.Cyrtomium - small genus of tropical Asiatic greenhouse ferns; in some classifications placed in Polypodiaceae
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
Athyriaceae, Dryopteridaceae, family Athyriaceae, family Dryopteridaceae - alternative names for one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems
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chinensis (Rosenstock) Ching * Ctenitis subglandulosa (Hance) Ching 2 Cyrtomium nephrolepioides 6 (Christ) Copeland C.
Datos sobre la pteridoflora subespontanea iberica: Cyrtomium falcatum (Dryopteridaceae) y Nephrolepis cordifolia (Nephrolepidaceae).
2001--Datos sobre la pteridoflora subespontanea iberica: Cyrtomium falcatum (Dryopteridaceae) y Nephrolepis cordifolia (Nephrolepida-ceae)--Acta Bot.
Nine species were found which represent state records for non-native taxa including Bidens pilosa, Cyrtomium fortunei, Hosta sp.
Pinnas de base equilatera o inequilatera, continuas con el raquis (no articuladas), soros exindusiados Cyrtomium 46.
55-65 Button fern Pellaea rotundifolia 60-75 Climbing bird's nest Polypodium punctatum 60-75 fern Creeping moss Selaginella 55-60 Deer's foot fern Davallia canariensis 60-75 Hart's tongue fern Phyllitis 60-75 scolopendrium Holly fern Cyrtomium falcatum 50-75 Holly fern Poloystichum tsus- 55-65 simense Maidenhair fern Adiantum raddianum 65-75 Maidenhair fern Adiantum tenerum 65-75 Palm-leaf fern Blechnum capense 60-64 Rabbit's foot fern Polypodium aureum 55-60 Stag's horn fern Platycerium 60-75 bifurcatum Tree maidenhair Didymochlaena 60-75 truncatula Flowering Plants Achimenes Achimenes 55-60 African violet Saintapaulia ionantha 65-75 Azalea Rhododendron indicum 50-60 Basket vine Aeschynanthus 65-70 Billbergia Billbergia spp.
De acuerdo con Moran (1987), el arreglo de las meristelas es distinto en los generos de Dryopteridaceae; por ejemplo en Cyrtomium C.
Check out Polypodium cambricum, the native Blechnum spicant and Cyrtomium fortunei.