Vascular Plants

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Brownsey, P.J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Dennstaedtiaceae. Flora of Australia 48 (Section) Brownsey, P.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Adectum Link
  2. Allosorus esculentus (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  3. Aspidium speluncae (L.) Willd.
  4. Austral Ground Fern
  5. Bat's Wing Fern
  6. Cheilanthes amaurorhachis Kunze
  7. Cheilanthes arborescens Sw.
  8. Cheilanthes dicksonioides Endl.
  9. Cincinalis Gled.
  10. Cincinalis esculenta (G.Forst.) Trevis.
  11. Costaricia Christ
  12. Davallia dicksonioides F.Muell.
  13. Davallia flaccida R.Br.
  14. Davallia speluncae (L.) Baker
  15. Dennstaedtia Bernh.
  16. Dennstaedtia davallioides (R.Br.) T.Moore
  17. Dennstaedtia nitidula (Kunze) T.Moore
  18. Dicksonia davallioides R.Br.
  19. Dicksonia nitidula Kunze
  20. Downy Ground Fern
  21. Dryopteris punctata (Thunb.) C.Chr.
  22. Dryopteris punctata subsp. rugosula (Labill.) C.Chr.
  23. Dryopteris punctata var. rugosula (Labill.) Domin
  24. Emodiopteris Ching
  25. Eupteris Newman
  26. Fuzifilix Nakai & Momose
  27. Harsh Ground Fern
  28. Histiopteris (J.Agardh) J.Sm.
  29. Histiopteris incisa (Thunb.) J.Sm.
  30. Histiopteris vespertilionis (Labill.) J.Sm.
  31. Hypolepis Bernh.
  32. Hypolepis amaurorachis (Kunze) Hook.
  33. Hypolepis australis N.A.Wakef.
  34. Hypolepis dicksonioides (Endl.) Hook.
  35. Hypolepis distans Hook.
  36. Hypolepis elegans Carruth. subsp. elegans
  37. Hypolepis endlicheriana C.Presl
  38. Hypolepis glandulifera Brownsey & Chinnock
  39. Hypolepis muelleri N.A.Wakef.
  40. Hypolepis punctata (Thunb.) Mett. ex Kuhn
  41. Hypolepis rugosula (Labill.) J.Sm.
  42. Hypolepis tenuifolia (G.Forst.) Bernh. ex C.Presl
  43. Lacy Ground Fern
  44. Lepidocaulon Copel.
  45. Litobrochia incisa (Thunb.) C.Presl
  46. Litobrochia vespertilionis (Labill.) C.Presl
  47. Lonchitis tenuifolia G.Forst.
  48. Microlepia C.Presl
  49. Microlepia flaccida (R.Br.) J.Sm.
  50. Microlepia speluncae (L.) T.Moore
  51. Ornithopteris (J.Agardh) J.Sm.
  52. Ornithopteris esculenta (G.Forst.) J.Sm.
  53. Paradennstaedtia Tagawa
  54. Patania C.Presl
  55. Phegopteris incisa (Thunb.) Keyserl.
  56. Phegopteris rugosula (Labill.) Fée
  57. Phegopteris tenuifolia (G.Forst.) Keyserl.
  58. Polypodium punctatum Thunb.
  59. Polypodium punctatum var. rugosulum (Labill.) Hook. & Baker
  60. Polypodium rugosulum Labill.
  61. Polypodium speluncae L.
  62. Pteridium Gled. ex Scop.
  63. Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn
  64. Pteridium aquilinum subsp. esculentum (G.Forst.) C.Chr.
  65. Pteridium aquilinum subsp. wightianum (J.Agardh) W.C.Shieh
  66. Pteridium aquilinum var. aequipinnulum Domin
  67. Pteridium aquilinum var. lanuginosum (Bory ex Willd.) Luerss.
  68. Pteridium aquilinum var. pseudocaudatum Domin
  69. Pteridium aquilinum var. wightianum (J.Agardh) R.M.Tryon
  70. Pteridium aquilinum var. yarrabense Domin
  71. Pteridium caudatum subsp. yarrabense (Domin) Parris
  72. Pteridium esculentum (G.Forst.) Cockayne
  73. Pteridium esculentum (G.Forst.) Cockayne x Pteridium revolutum (Blume) Nakai
  74. Pteridium revolutum (Blume) Nakai
  75. Pteridium semihastatum (Wall. ex J.Agardh) S.B.Andrews
  76. Pteridium yarrabense (Domin) N.A.Wakef.
  77. Pteris aquilina L.
  78. Pteris aquilina var. esculenta (G.Forst.) Hook.f.
  79. Pteris aquilina var. lanuginosa (Bory ex Willd.) Hook.
  80. Pteris australasica Desv.
  81. Pteris brunoniana Endl.
  82. Pteris esculenta G.Forst.
  83. Pteris incisa Thunb.
  84. Pteris recurvata var. wightiana J.Agardh
  85. Pteris revoluta Blume
  86. Pteris sect. Histiopteris J.Agardh
  87. Pteris semihastata Wall. ex J.Agardh
  88. Pteris vespertilionis Labill.
  89. Ruddy Ground Fern
  90. Scypholepia J.Sm.
  91. Sitobolium Desv.
  92. Sitobolium davallioides (R.Br.) J.Sm.

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