Vascular Plants

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Wilson, Peter G. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2000), Hymenophyllaceae. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 1 : 30-35 (Paper) Wilson, Peter G. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Alpine Filmy Fern
  2. Bordered Filmy Fern
  3. Common Filmy Fern
  4. Craspedophyllum marginatum (Hook. & Grev.) Copel.
  5. Crepidomanes (C.Presl) C.Presl
  6. Crepidomanes walleri (Watts) Tindale
  7. Filmy Ferns
  8. Gonocormus Bosch
  9. Gonocormus saxifragoides (C.Presl) Bosch
  10. Hymenophyllaceae Link
  11. Hymenophyllum Sm.
  12. Hymenophyllum australe Willd.
  13. Hymenophyllum bivalve (G.Forst.) Sw.
  14. Hymenophyllum cupressiforme Labill.
  15. Hymenophyllum flabellatum Labill.
  16. Hymenophyllum marginatum Hook. & Grev.
  17. Hymenophyllum peltatum (Poir.) Desv.
  18. Hymenophyllum pumilum C.Moore
  19. Hymenophyllum rarum R.Br.
  20. Jungle Bristle Fern
  21. Macroglena (C.Presl) Copel.
  22. Macroglena caudata (Brack.) Copel.
  23. Mecodium australe (Willd.) Copel.
  24. Mecodium flabellatum (Labill.) Copel.
  25. Mecodium rarum (R.Br.) Copel.
  26. Meringium bivalve (G.Forst.) Copel.
  27. Microgonium C.Presl
  28. Microgonium tahitense (Nadeaud) Tindale
  29. Microtrichomanes (Mett. ex Prantl) Copel.
  30. Microtrichomanes vitiense (Baker) Copel.
  31. Narrow Filmy Fern
  32. Polyphlebium Copel.
  33. Polyphlebium venosum (R.Br.) Copel.
  34. Selenodesmium (Prantl) Copel.
  35. Selenodesmium elongatum (A.Cunn.) Copel.
  36. Sphaerocionium C.Presl
  37. Sphaerocionium lyallii (Hook.f.) Copel.
  38. Trichomanes caudatum Brack.
  39. Trichomanes elongatum A.Cunn.
  40. Trichomanes saxifragoides C.Presl
  41. Trichomanes tahitense Nadeaud
  42. Trichomanes venosum R.Br.
  43. Trichomanes vitiense Baker
  44. Trichomanes walleri Watts

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