Vascular Plants

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Presl, C.B. [K.B.] (1836), Tentamen Pteridographiae : null - null (Section) Presl, C.B. [K.B.] Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Adiantum sect. Adiantellum C.Presl
  2. Allantodia australis R.Br.
  3. Allosorus esculentus (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  4. Allosorus lanuginosus (Bory ex Willd.) C.Presl
  5. Amblia C.Presl
  6. Anisogonium C.Presl
  7. Anisogonium esculentum (Retz.) C.Presl
  8. Antrophyum sect. Pleurogramme Blume
  9. Aspidium acutum Schkuhr
  10. Aspidium proliferum R.Br.
  11. Aspidium truncatum Gaudich.
  12. Aspidium tuberosum Bory ex Willd.
  13. Aspidium vestitum (G.Forst.) Sw.
  14. Asplenium amoenum C.Presl
  15. Asplenium appendiculatum (Labill.) C.Presl
  16. Asplenium sect. Thamnopteris C.Presl
  17. Asplenium tenerum G.Forst.
  18. Athyrium Roth
  19. Athyrium assimile (Endl.) C.Presl
  20. Athyrium australe (R.Br.) C.Presl
  21. Athyrium australis C.Presl
  22. Athyrium umbrosum (Aiton) C.Presl
  23. Balantium Kaulf.
  24. Balantium antarcticum (Labill.) C.Presl
  25. Balantium brownianum C.Presl
  26. Caenopteris appendiculata Labill.
  27. Calymella C.Presl
  28. Calymella alpina (R.Br.) C.Presl
  29. Calymella microphylla (R.Br.) C.Presl
  30. Calymmodon C.Presl
  31. Calymmodon cucullatus (Nees & Blume) C.Presl
  32. Campium C.Presl
  33. Campteria C.Presl
  34. Campyloneurum C.Presl
  35. Cheilanthes arborescens Sw.
  36. Cheilanthes Sw. sect. Cheilanthes
  37. Culcita C.Presl
  38. Cyathea Sm. sect. Cyathea
  39. Cyrtomium C.Presl
  40. Cyrtomium falcatum (L.f.) C.Presl
  41. Davallia sect. Humata (Cav.) C.Presl
  42. Davallia sect. Pachypleuria C.Presl
  43. Dicksonia antarctica Labill.
  44. Dictyopteris C.Presl
  45. Dictyopteris attenuata C.Presl
  46. Digrammaria C.Presl
  47. Disphenia C.Presl
  48. Gleichenia alpina R.Br.
  49. Gleichenia microphylla R.Br.
  50. Goniophlebium (Blume) C.Presl
  51. Goniophlebium subauriculatum (Blume) C.Presl
  52. Goniopteris C.Presl
  53. Goniopteris prolifera (Retz.) C.Presl
  54. Goniopteris urophylla C.Presl
  55. Grammitis sect. Chilopteris C.Presl
  56. Grammitis Sw. sect. Grammitis
  57. Gymnogramma sect. Ceterach C.Presl
  58. Gymnopteris C.Presl
  59. Haplopteris C.Presl
  60. Hemionitis esculenta Retz.
  61. Hemionitis prolifera Retz.
  62. Humata Cav.
  63. Hypolepis endlicheriana C.Presl
  64. Hypolepis tenuifolia (G.Forst.) Bernh. ex C.Presl
  65. Lastrea Bory
  66. Lastrea microsora (Endl.) C.Presl
  67. Lastrea sect. Dryopteris C.Presl
  68. Leptopleuria C.Presl
  69. Litobrochia C.Presl
  70. Litobrochia comans (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  71. Litobrochia incisa (Thunb.) C.Presl
  72. Litobrochia marginata (Bory) C.Presl
  73. Litobrochia tripartita (Sw.) C.Presl
  74. Litobrochia vespertilionis (Labill.) C.Presl
  75. Lonchitis tenuifolia G.Forst.
  76. Microlepia C.Presl
  77. Microlepia polypodioides (Sw.) C.Presl
  78. Nephrodium microsorum Endl.
  79. Nephrodium truncatum (Gaudich.) C.Presl
  80. Nephrolepis acuta (Schkuhr) C.Presl
  81. Nephrolepis cordifolia (L.) C.Presl
  82. Nephrolepis hirsutula (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  83. Nephrolepis tuberosa (Bory ex Willd.) C.Presl
  84. Patania C.Presl
  85. Phanerophlebia C.Presl
  86. Phymatodes C.Presl
  87. Phymatodes billardierei (R.Br.) C.Presl
  88. Phymatodes billardieri C.Presl
  89. Phymatodes gaudichaudii (Bory) C.Presl
  90. Phymatodes irioides (Poir.) C.Presl
  91. Phymatodes myriocarpa C.Presl
  92. Phymatodes pustulata (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  93. Phymatodes quercifolia (L.) C.Presl
  94. Phymatodes scandens (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  95. Phymatodes sect. Drynaria C.Presl
  96. Phymatodes sect. Euphymatodes C.Presl
  97. Phymatodes C.Presl sect. Phymatodes
  98. Pleurogramme (Blume) C.Presl
  99. Poecilopteris C.Presl
  100. Polypodium [infragen.] Phegopteris C.Presl
  101. Polypodium aristatum G.Forst.
  102. Polypodium attenuatum R.Br.
  103. Polypodium billardierei R.Br.
  104. Polypodium brownianum Spreng.
  105. Polypodium cordifolium L.
  106. Polypodium cucullatum Nees & Blume
  107. Polypodium falcatum L.f.
  108. Polypodium hirsutulum G.Forst.
  109. Polypodium irioides Poir.
  110. Polypodium pustulatum G.Forst.
  111. Polypodium quercifolium L.
  112. Polypodium scandens G.Forst.
  113. Polypodium sect. Ctenopteris C.Presl
  114. Polypodium sect. Goniophlebium Blume
  115. Polypodium subauriculatum Blume
  116. Polypodium umbrosum Aiton
  117. Polystichum aristatum (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  118. Polystichum coniifolium C.Presl
  119. Polystichum proliferum (R.Br.) C.Presl
  120. Polystichum schkuhrii C.Presl
  121. Polystichum truncatum (Gaudich.) Gaudich.
  122. Polystichum vestitum (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  123. Prosaptia C.Presl
  124. Prosaptia contigua (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  125. Pteris comans G.Forst.
  126. Pteris esculenta G.Forst.
  127. Pteris incisa Thunb.
  128. Pteris lanuginosa Bory ex Willd.
  129. Pteris marginata Bory
  130. Pteris tripartita Sw.
  131. Pteris vespertilionis Labill.
  132. Sagenia C.Presl
  133. Stenolobus C.Presl
  134. Stenolobus ornatus C.Presl
  135. Sticherus C.Presl
  136. Trichomanes contiguum G.Forst.

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