Vascular Plants

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Presl, C.B. [K.B.] (1843), Hymenophyllaceae : null - null BHL (Book) Presl, C.B. [K.B.] Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Abrodictyum C.Presl
  2. Bignonia ignea Vell.
  3. Cephalomanes C.Presl
  4. Cephalomanes atrovirens C.Presl
  5. Didymoglossum subg. Chilodium C.Presl
  6. Hemiphlebium C.Presl
  7. Hymenophyllum Sm.
  8. Hymenophyllum antarcticum C.Presl
  9. Hymenophyllum australe Willd.
  10. Hymenophyllum meyeri C.Presl
  11. Hymenophyllum sect. Craspedophyllum C.Presl
  12. Meringium C.Presl
  13. Microgonium C.Presl
  14. Myrmecostylum C.Presl
  15. Ptychophyllum C.Presl
  16. Pyrostegia C.Presl
  17. Pyrostegia ignea (Vell.) C.Presl
  18. Sphaerocionium C.Presl
  19. Sphaerocionium australe (Willd.) C.Presl
  20. Sphaerocionium bivalve (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  21. Trichomanes [infragenus] Pachychaetum C.Presl
  22. Trichomanes apiifolium C.Presl
  23. Trichomanes bivalve G.Forst.
  24. Trichomanes saxifragoides C.Presl

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