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Noun1.Gleicheniaceae - a family of ferns belonging to order Filicales
fern family - families of ferns and fern allies
Filicales, order Filicales, order Polypodiales, Polypodiales - true (leptosporangiate) ferns
genus Gleichenia, Gleichenia - type genus of Gleicheniaceae: leptosporangiate ferns with sessile sporangia; South Africa to Malaysia and New Zealand
Dicranopteris, genus Dicranopteris - terrestrial ferns of forest margin or open ground; pantropical
Diplopterygium, genus Diplopterygium - scandent thicket-forming ferns of Asia to western Pacific
genus Sticherus, Sticherus - umbrella ferns; warm regions of Australia and New Zealand
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submarginalis, Episcia lilacina, Kohleria spicata, Napeanthus bracteatus, Paradrymonia decurrens* GLEICHENIACEAE (0/1) Sticherus bifidus GNETACEAE (0/1) Gnetum leyboldii HAEMODORACEAE (0/1) Xiphidium caeruleum HELICONIACEAE (0/8) Heliconia imbricata, H.
'Grand Rapids') por extratos aquosos de cinco especies de Gleicheniaceae. Floresta e Ambiente, Seropedica, v.
commonly known as forking fern belongs to Gleicheniaceae and is widespread in tropical and subtropical regions of the world .It grows horizontally at ground level with stalked compound fronds.
Prominent among plant families used in plaitwork are Arecaceae (rattans, fan-palms, sago palms), Poaceae/Gramineae (bamboos), Pandanaceae (screw-pines), Cyperaceae (sedges), Zingiberaceae (gingers), as well as Hypoxidaceae, Marantaceae, Gleicheniaceae, and Moraceae.
Ophioglosseae, Marattiaceae, Osmundaceae, Schizaeaceae, Gleicheniaceae, Hymenophylleae, en C.
Vegetation is concentrated in the shallow part of the gullies (up to 0.5 m depth) and is composed mainly of ferns (Dicranopteris flexuosa (Schrad.), Gleicheniaceae), melastome shrubs (Miconia albicans (Swartz), Melastomataceae), tussock grasses and brooms (Baeeharis sp.
Although no fern macrofossils have been seen in the Newvale leafbeds, spores include Cyatheaceae, Davalliaceae, Dicksoniaceae, Gleicheniaceae, Osmundaceae, Hymenophyllaceae, Polypodiaceae and Psilotaceae.
31 Dicranopteris Gleicheniaceae Horang veher linearis (Burman f.) Underwood 32 Leucas aspera Lamiaceae Gousha (Willd.) Link khongor 33 Ocimum Lamiaceae Sabarung gach basilicum L.