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Synonyms for Lygodium

chiefly tropical climbing ferns

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Por el contrario, es posible que las familias menos representadas en estudios de interacciones micorrizicas (Cibotiaceae, Culcitaceae, Isoetaceae, Lindsaeaceae, Lygodiaceae, Oleandraceae, Onocleaceae, Plagiogyriaceae y Tectariaceae) sea debido a la baja riqueza de especies tanto a nivel mundial como en Mexico (Mickel & Smith, 2004; Smith et al., 2006).
Lygodium Sw., es el unico genero de la familia Lygodiaceae (Smith et al., 2006; Christenhusz et al., 2011), el linaje mas tempranamente divergente de Schizaeales (Wikstrom et al., 2002).
Exploratory surveys in Australia and Asia for natural enemies of Old World climbing fern, Lygodium microphyllum: Lygodiaceae. Biological Control 28: 33-46.
Cinnamomum Lauraceae Daruchini Bark zeylanicum Blume Lygodium Lygodiaceae Kukur Root flexuosum mutha, Kukur (L.) Sw.
The following families are in the order Polypodiales treated in this paper are Dryopteridaceae (wood fern family), Hymenophyllaceae (filmy fern family), Lygodiaceae (climbing fern family), Marsileaceae (water-clover family), and Osmundaceae (royal fern family).
Brown (Schizaeales: Lygodiaceae), is native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Old World (Pemberton 1998; Smith et al.
Chikra-choi 36 Leucas aspera (Willd.) Labiatae Paing-sung-pang Link 37 Lygodium flexuosum Lygodiaceae Makla-pang (L.) Sw.
Plant vine-like, twining, and usually climbing on vegetation Lygodiaceae
Br.; Polypodiales: Lygodiaceae) after hurricane-induced canopy disturbances and Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi; Sapindales: Anacardiaceae) colonizes canopy gaps and eventually dominates heavily impacted tree islands (Rodgers et al.
Wu, Laportea sinuata (Blume) Miq., Urtica ardens Blume, non Link., Urtica crenulata Roxb., Urtica sinuata Blume English: Devil nettle, Fever nettle, Mouse nettle, Stinger (Australia), Stinging tree (Australia) Lygodium flexuosum Lygodiaceae Kailla lota Leaf (L.) Sw., syn.
Br (Polypodiales: Lygodiaceae), is an invasive weed that is widespread throughout wetland and mesic habitats in south Florida, and degrades critical ecosystem services and habitats of rare and endangered species (Pemberton & Ferriter 1998; Volin et al.