Vascular Plants

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Jones, D.L. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Dryopteridaceae. Flora of Australia 48 : 398-418 (Section) Jones, D.L. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Amblia C.Presl
  2. Aspidium acuminatum var. villosum F.M.Bailey
  3. Aspidium decompositum (R.Br.) Spreng.
  4. Aspidium decompositum var. angustilobum (Domin) F.M.Bailey
  5. Aspidium decompositum var. latilobum (Domin) F.M.Bailey
  6. Aspidium decompositum var. marginans F.Muell.
  7. Aspidium decompositum var. tenerum (R.Br.) F.Muell.
  8. Aspidium rufescens Blume
  9. Aspidium tenerum (R.Br.) Spreng.
  10. Broad Shield Fern
  11. Coveniella Tindale
  12. Coveniella poecilophlebia (Hook.) Tindale
  13. Creeping Shield fern
  14. Ctenitis decomposita (R.Br.) Copel.
  15. Ctenitis tenera (R.Br.) Copel.
  16. Cyrtomium C.Presl
  17. Cyrtomium falcatum (L.f.) C.Presl
  18. Dryopteridaceae Herter
  19. Dryopteris albovillosa Watts
  20. Dryopteris baileyana Domin
  21. Dryopteris baileyi Maiden & Betche
  22. Dryopteris danesiana Domin
  23. Dryopteris decomposita (R.Br.) Kuntze
  24. Dryopteris decomposita var. angustiloba Domin
  25. Dryopteris decomposita var. latiloba Domin
  26. Dryopteris decomposita var. leiorhachis Domin
  27. Dryopteris lanciloba (Baker) Kuntze
  28. Dryopteris poecilophlebia (Hook.) C.Chr.
  29. Dryopteris poecilophlebia var. densa Watts
  30. Dryopteris poecilophlebia var. grandidentata Bonap.
  31. Dryopteris queenslandica Domin
  32. Dryopteris rufescens (Blume) C.Chr.
  33. Dryopteris tenera (R.Br.) C.Chr.
  34. Dryopteris tropica (F.M.Bailey) Domin
  35. Dryopteris wurunuran Domin
  36. Glossy Shield fern
  37. Holly Fern
  38. Lastrea decomposita (R.Br.) J.Sm.
  39. Lastrea lanciloba (Baker) J.Sm.
  40. Lastrea microsora (Endl.) C.Presl
  41. Lastreopsis decomposita (R.Br.) Tindale
  42. Lastreopsis grayi D.L.Jones
  43. Lastreopsis marginans (F.Muell.) D.A.Sm. & Tindale
  44. Lastreopsis microsora (Endl.) Tindale
  45. Lastreopsis microsora (Endl.) Tindale subsp. microsora
  46. Lastreopsis munita (Mett.) Tindale
  47. Lastreopsis rufescens (Blume) Ching
  48. Lastreopsis tenera (R.Br.) Tindale
  49. Lastreopsis walleri Tindale
  50. Lastreopsis windsorensis D.L.Jones & B.Gray
  51. Lastreopsis wurunuran (Domin) Tindale
  52. Nephrodium decompositum R.Br.
  53. Nephrodium lancilobum Baker
  54. Nephrodium microsorum Endl.
  55. Nephrodium rufescens (Blume) Diels
  56. Nephrodium tenerum R.Br.
  57. Parapolystichum decompositum (R.Br.) Ching
  58. Phanerophlebia C.Presl
  59. Phanerophlebia falcata (L.f.) Copel.
  60. Phegopteris munita Mett.
  61. Phegopteris rufescens (Blume) Mett.
  62. Polypodium aspidioides F.M.Bailey
  63. Polypodium aspidioides var. tropica F.M.Bailey
  64. Polypodium danesianum (Domin) F.M.Bailey
  65. Polypodium falcatum L.f.
  66. Polypodium poecilophlebium Hook.
  67. Polypodium rufescens (Blume) Blume
  68. Polypodium wurunuran F.M.Bailey
  69. Revwattsia D.L.Jones
  70. Revwattsia fragilis (Watts) D.L.Jones
  71. Trim Shield Fern

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