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Synonyms for Blechnaceae

one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems

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Veins areolate along mid-veins of leaflets, forming a series of chain-like loops; son elongate and located along each side of mid-vein in single chain-like rows Blechnaceae (in part)
A molecular phylogeny for the New Zealand Blechnaceae ferns from analyses of chloroplast trnL-trnF DNA sequences.
1): athyrioids (Woodsiaceae I), Blechnaceae + Onocleaceae, Woodsiaceae II (Woodsia, Prowoodsia and Cheilanthopsis), Thelypterdiaceae, Woodsiaceae III (Cystopteris, Acystopteris and Gymnocarpium), Woodsiaceae IV (Diplaziopsis and Homalosorus, in shadow in Fig.
1); the clade of Woodsiaceae III; and the large clade of athyrioids, Blechnaceae + Onocleaceae, Woodsiaceae II, and Thelypterdiaceae.
Hayata EF452140 EF452020 Blechnaceae Blechnum gracile Kaulf.
3% Blechnaceae 1 4 25% Stenochlaenaceae 1 2 50% Dryopteridaceae 1 25 4% Lomariopsidaceae 1 2 50% Acrostichaceae 1 2 50% Cheiropleuriaceae 1 1 100% Dipteridaceae 1 1 100% Drynariaceae 1 4 25%
Azores, altitudinal gradient, spore phenology, laurel forest, Culcita, Woodwardia, Pyrrhula, Blechnaceae, Culcitaceae
t -- -- Blechnaceae Blechnum schomburgkii (Klotzsch) C.
Walker (1973) determined a chromosome number X=40 for this genus, the highest recorded in Blechnaceae.
However, they are useful in distinguishing Salpichlaena from other Blechnaceae genera because species of Salpichlaena have a poorly developed perispore (apparently one-layered in section) and a granulate-papillate-rugulated surface, whereas other Blechnaceae have a complex perispore that is psilate and generally folded.