Vascular Plants

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Hooker, W.J. & Baker, J.G. (1874), Synopsis Filicum Edn. 2 : 9-559, pl. 1-9 (Section) Hooker, W.J. & Baker, J.G. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Adiantum diaphanum Blume
  2. Adiantum fulvum Raoul
  3. Asplenium decussatum Sw.
  4. Asplenium nidus L.
  5. Asplenium umbrosum var. assimile (Endl.) Hook. & Baker
  6. Blechnum sect. Eublechnum Hook. & Baker
  7. Dicksonia youngiae C.Moore ex Baker
  8. Gymnogramma pozoi (Lag.) Kunze
  9. Hymenophyllum atrovirens Colenso
  10. Hymenophyllum exiguum Bedd.
  11. Hymenophyllum javanicum Spreng.
  12. Hymenophyllum javanicum var. atrovirens (Colenso) Hook. & Baker
  13. Hymenophyllum javanicum Spreng. var. javanicum
  14. Hymenophyllum pumilum C.Moore
  15. Hypolepis tenuifolia (G.Forst.) Bernh. ex C.Presl
  16. Lomaria acuminata Baker
  17. Nephrodium hispidum (Sw.) Hook.
  18. Notholaena lanuginosa Desv.
  19. Polypodium linnaei Bory
  20. Trichomanes elongatum A.Cunn.
  21. Trichomanes exiguum (Bedd.) Baker
  22. Trichomanes rigidum Sw.
  23. Trichomanes rigidum var. elongatum (A.Cunn.) Hook. & Baker

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