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Noun1.Schizaea - type genus of the Schizaeaceae cosmopolitan especially in tropicsSchizaea - type genus of the Schizaeaceae cosmopolitan especially in tropics; small leptosporangiate ferns: curly grass fern
family Schizaeaceae, Schizaeaceae - small family of mainly tropical ferns
curly grass, curly grass fern, Schizaea pusilla - rare small fern of northeastern North America having numerous slender spiraling fronds and forming dense tufts
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
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Matsumoto, "Flavonoid glycosides from the Fern, schizaea (Schizaeaceae) in South Pacific region and their distribution pattern," Food Chemistry, vol.
Caltho-Oreoboletum has more species in common with 1.6 due to its biogeographical similarity; but it can be differentiated due to the presence in 1.6 of Abrotanella linearifolia, Schizaea fistulosa, Lepidothamnus fonkii and Schoenus antarcticus which are absent from 1.7; while 1.7 has an occurrence of Tribeles australis, Carpha schoenoides and Nanodea muscosa, which are absent from 1.6 and very rare in associations of NVald.
Anemia wrightii Baker Anemia wrightii Baker Schizaea poeppigiana Sturm Schizaea poeppigiana Sturm Marsileaceae Marsilea nashii Underw.
Additionally, cedar wetlands contain rare plant species, such as the curly grass fern (Schizaea pusilla) and swamp pink (Helonias bullata), and various animal species, such as migratory thrushes and warblers, small mammals, and amphibians (Wander, 1980; Zappalorti, 1994).
Previous studies showed that gametophytes of different genera as: Pteridium, Histiopteris, Todea, Cyathea, Asplenium, Blechnum and Schizaea pusilla grown in natural environments were colonized by arbuscular mycorrhiza when they were found in places where nutrients were unavailable (Cooper 1976, Swatzell et al.