A numerical analysis of chromatographic profiles in North American taxa of the fern genus Gymnocarpium.
Hybridization in the fern genus Gymnocarpium Newman (Aspleniaceae) in North America.
Studies on the Gymnocarpium robertianum complex in North America.
Family Taxon name Citation Cystopteridaceae Gymnocarpium x Syst.
With more extensive sampling of Chinese Woodsiaceae, a sister relationship between Diplaziopsis, Rhachidosorus and the North American Homalosorus was moderately supported by the four chloroplast gene data, and the three genera of Acystopteris, Cystopteris, and Gymnocarpium were resolved as a monophyletic lineage with strong statistical support.
Diels JN168018# EF463579 Gymnocarpium jessoense (Koidz.
The various uncommon species recorded as associated fern species on canal walls include Gymnocarpium robertianum, Polystichum aculeatum (L.
Gymnocarpium dryopteris growing on dikes in small crevices between basalt rocks may be damaged by browsing livestock.
Gymnocarpium dryopteris occurs in various woodland types, such as the Fago-Quercetum and Pruno-Fraxinetum, always in relatively damp places and often associated with Athyrium filix-femina.
Gymnocarpium dryopteris is often associated with Phegopteris connectilis within its range.
On the ecology and population dynamics of Gymnocarpium dryopteris.