Dryopteridaceae


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High irradiance and temperatures inhibit the germination of spores of the fern Rumohra adiantiformis (Forst.) Ching (Dryopteridaceae).
Segarra Moragues, J.G.--2001--Datos sobre la pteridoflora subespontanea iberica: Cyrtomium falcatum (Dryopteridaceae) y Nephrolepis cordifolia (Nephrolepida-ceae)--Acta Bot.
A familia melhor representada quanto a riqueza especifica foi Polypodiaceae (11 especies), seguida de Thelypteridaceae (seis especies) e Dryopteridaceae (cinco especies).
Dawson, "Polystichum munitum (Dryopteridaceae) varies geographically in its capacity to absorb fog water by foliar uptake within the redwood forest ecosystem," American Journal of Botany, vol.
Braun X PHYLUM POLYPODIOPHYTA DRYOPTERIDACEAE (Fern Family) Athyrium filix femina (L.) Roth ex X Mert.
Fern moth Herpetogramma theseusalis (Walker) (Crambidae: Pyraustinae) (henceforth, moth) larvae in coastal Maine, USA, feed on both sensitive Onoclea sensibilis (Dryopteridaceae) and marsh Thelypteris palustris (Thelypteridaceae) ferns (Morse, 2009).
Genetic variation in endemic and widespread plant species: examples from Saxifragaceae and Polystichum (Dryopteridaceae).
Dryopteridaceae, the largest family, is represented by seven genera, nine species and one hybrid; Thelypteridaceae by three genera and seven species; Pteridaceae by three genera, six species and one variety; Ophioglossaceae by two genera and eight species; Lycopodiaceae by two genera, six species and three hybrids.