Davallia canariensis


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Related to Davallia canariensis: Davallia Mariesii
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Noun1.Davallia canariensis - fern of the Canary Islands and MadeiraDavallia canariensis - fern of the Canary Islands and Madeira
genus Davallia - Old World tropical fern; in some classification systems placed directly in family Polypodiaceae
hare's-foot fern - either of two ferns of the genus Davallia having a soft grey hairy rootstock
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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.
Segun los autores citados, en dicho sintaxon se incluyen lauredales que contarian, entre otras, con la presencia de especies termofilas (Smilax aspera, Rubia peregrina, Ruscus aculeatus, Davallia canariensis), plantas de amplia distribucion en bosques templados acidofilos del NW Iberico (Hedera helix, Lonicera periclymenum, Omphalodes nitida, Teucrium scorodonia, etc.) y diversos taxones representantes de la flora halofila caracteristica de los acantilados marinos del area geografica estudiada (Rumex acetosa subsp.
En principio se definio provisionalmente como asociacion epifita dominada por los helechos Davallia canariensis y Poypodium macaronesicum, y caracterizada ademas por un denso recubrimiento briofitico (Rivas-Martinez & al.