Vascular Plants

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Tindale, M.D. (1961), Davalliaceae. Contributions from the New South Wales National Herbarium, Flora Series 208 (Paper) Tindale, M.D. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Arthopteris Tindale
  2. Arthopteris palisotii Tindale
  3. Arthropteris J.Sm. ex Hook.f.
  4. Arthropteris beckleri (Hook.) Mett.
  5. Arthropteris filipes T.Moore
  6. Arthropteris obliterata (R.Br.) J.Sm.
  7. Arthropteris palisotii (Desv.) Alston
  8. Arthropteris tenella (G.Forst.) J.Sm. ex Hook.f.
  9. Aspidium capense (L.f.) Sw.
  10. Aspidium coriaceum (Sw.) Sw.
  11. Aspidium cunninghamianum Colenso
  12. Aspidium eumundi F.M.Bailey
  13. Aspidium obliteratum (R.Br.) Spreng.
  14. Aspidium palisotii Desv.
  15. Aspidium ramosum P.Beauv.
  16. Aspidium ramosum var. eumundi (F.M.Bailey) F.M.Bailey
  17. Davallia Sm.
  18. Davallia pyxidata Cav.
  19. Davalliaceae M.R.Schomb.
  20. Davallioideae Hook.
  21. Dryopteris adiantiformis (G.Forst.) Kuntze
  22. Hare's Foot Fern
  23. Humata pyxidata (Cav.) Desv.
  24. Isoloma J.Sm.
  25. Lepidoneuron Fée
  26. Leptopleuria C.Presl
  27. Nephrolepis Schott
  28. Nephrolepis altescandens (Colla) Baker
  29. Nephrolepis cordifolia (L.) C.Presl
  30. Nephrolepis ramosa (P.Beauv.) T.Moore
  31. Nephrolepis tuberosa (Bory ex Willd.) C.Presl
  32. Oleandroideae (C.Chr.) Tindale
  33. Oleandroideae C.Chr.
  34. Polypodium adiantiformis G.Forst.
  35. Polypodium beckleri Hook.
  36. Polypodium cordifolium L.
  37. Polypodium coriaceum Sw.
  38. Polypodium tenellum G.Forst.
  39. Polystichum adiantiforme (G.Forst.) J.Sm.
  40. Polystichum capense (L.f.) Sm.
  41. Rumohra Raddi
  42. Rumohra adiantiformis (G.Forst.) Ching
  43. Rumohra aspidioides Raddi

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