Cheilanthes


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Even species with narrower distribution, such as Cheilanthes persica or Cryptogramma stelleri, are known from several countries of Middle Asia and northeastern Asia.
CHEILANTHES {key-LAN-theez; kay-LAN-theez} Swartz 1806 * Lip Ferns * [Greek cheilos, margin, and anthus, flower, referring to the marginal sporangia; hence the name "Lip" fern.
2007) chose to neotypify Cheilanthes incisa because they did not find any extant syntypes.
Quantitative studies of pinnule development in the ferns Adiantum raddianum and Cheilanthes viridis.
Photosynthetic performance and water use efficiency of the fern Cheilanthes persica.
Likewise, Cheilanthes tenuifolia (saxicolous or terrestrial), Cheilanthes opposita, Lepisorus nudus, Pyrrosia lanceolata (terrestrial or epiphytic), and Asplenium lanceolatum (saxicolous or epiphytic) examined from different sites or habitats also had dual association of AM and DSE fungi.
vulgaris Masuyama & Watano Distribution: K/O/H Cheilanthes Sw.
Recent studies examining the evolutionary relationships of species assigned to Cheilanthes (Pteridaceae) reveal that the genus is highly polyphyletic.
Pellaea viridis was resolved (support values were not reported) in a separate clade of primarily African species variously assigned to Cheilanthes and Pellaea (Eiserhardt et al.
Despite this, during the research six new taxa were discovered in the genera Cheilanthes, Isoetes, Ophioglossum, Pilularia, and Selaginella.
Gametophytes of Pleurosorus papaverifolius (Kunze) Fee (Aspleniaceae) and Cheilanthes glauca (Cav.
Selaginella convoluta grows on rocks in open deciduous forests, and is very abundant alongside species of Se]aginella, Cheilanthes, Lygodium, and Hemionitis.
A single specimen was collected in 1930 by Hugo Blomquist in Durham County (some 200 km SE of the nearest station, in Virginia), but was misidentified as the more common Cheilanthes tomentosa Link.
The brown to purple coloration of petioles, a color also frequent in Adiantum, Cheilanthes and Pytirogramma, among others, is attributed to the presence of tannins.