Synopsis Filicum: Or, A Synopsis of All Known Ferns, Including the Osmundaceæ, Schizæsveæ, Marattiaceæ, and Ophioglossaceæ (chiefly Derived from the Kew Herbarium).


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Seite 85 - Family Polypodiaceae. A creeping fern with dimorphous fronds, the sterile ones ovate-lanceolate or lanceolate, entire or slightly lobed at the base, the fertile ones narrower, deeply sinuate-pinnatifid, the lobes coarsely crenate; sori 2 to 10 to a lobe; involucre ample, coriaceous, suborbicular or reniform, attached by a broad base, the apex and sides free. This genus was founded by Cavanilles on specimens collected by Nee, who visited Guam in company with Haenke with the Malaspina expedition. It...
Seite 1 - Index filicum; a synopsis, with characters, of the genera, and an enumeration of the species of ferns, with synonymes, references, &c.
Seite 392 - ... only one-half mm. broad, and the margin so folded over the sorus that it may scarcely appear. Davao, Warburg 14151. (3) V. falcata Kunze. Frond 10 to 15 cm. long, 3 mm. broad, obtuse, narrowed gradually to the base, very thick; costa, reaching the apex of the sterile but not of the fertile fronds, veins short, oblique, parallel, immersed; sori quite sunk in slightly intramarginal grooves. V. minor Fee is a smaller fern included here. Rizal, Loher. Malaya. (4) V. scolopendrina Mett. Fronds 30...
Seite 195 - ... sori 6 or less to the pinna, not confluent; indusia narrow. Lamao River, Bataan Province, Copeland 236, 1395. (10) A. normale Don. Stipe 2 to 6 cm. long, tufted, wiry, blackish, polished; frond 10 to 25 cm. long, 10 to 17 mm. broad, with very numerous close-placed...
Seite 199 - ... broad, narrowly lanceolate-oblong, with 12 to 20 horizontal pinnae on each side, which are 3 to 4 cm. long, 1 cm. broad, bluntish or acute at the point, more or less deeply inciso-crenate throughout, the two sides unequal, the upper one at the base narrowed suddenly at about a right angle, the lower one obliquely truncate; lower pinnae often deflexed; texture herbaceous; rachis firm, grayish; veins simple or once forked; sori falling short of both edge and midrib. Mountains of Panay, Steere....
Seite 434 - Sw. • primary petiole so much reduced that the fork seems almost to spring from the main rachis, secondary 1-2 in.
Seite 171 - Invol. formed of the reflexed margin of the frond, those of the two sides meeting against the midrib. A very anomalous genus, regarded by some as a distinct suborder and placed by others in Polypodiese.
Seite 422 - MSS.) which is most like this, bat has a broad-cuneate fertile frond 9 in. br. at the top, without either forks or horns, and with a patch of fruit nearly as broad as the lamina. 3. P. grande, J. Sm. ; barren fr. very large, suborbicular, convex, or the upper ones erect, deeply laciniated with spreading or inflexed divisions ; fertile fr.
Seite 185 - Sort linear or linear-oblong, sunk in cavities of the frond, placed in single rows parallel with and contiguous to the midribs of the pinna; and pinnules.
Seite 396 - Sori spread in a stratum over the under surface or rarely over both surfaces of the frond, not confined to the veins only.

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