LAS PTERIDOFITAS EN LA HISTORIA DE LAS PLANTAS DE LA NUEVA ESPAï¿½A DE FRANCISCO HERNANDEZ, PROTOMEDICO ESPAï¿½OL
- Subtropical Australian Tree Fern, Sphaeropteris cooperi (Hook. ex F. Muell.) R.M. Tryon, Found Modestly Established in Oregon. Wood, Wendell // American Fern Journal;Apr-Jun2008, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p113
The article focuses on the subtropical Australian tree fern, Sphaeropteris cooperi, that was found in Oregon. It states that the Sphaeropteris cooperi, synonymn Cyathea cooperi, has been found in an easily accessed canyon on the southern Oregon coast, which is about 11 miles north of Brookings...
- New Combinations in Pleopeltis (Polypodiaceae) from Southeastern Brazil. Salino, Alexandre // American Fern Journal;Apr-Jun2009, Vol. 99 Issue 2, p106
The article lists new combinations of Pleopeltis from Southeastern Brazil including Pleopeltis alborufala, Pleopeltis bradei and Pleopeltis monoides.
- Well-Fernished Homes. // Earth Island Journal;Summer2000, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p13
Explains that British gardeners might be contributing to the destruction of Australian tree fern. Export of tree fern to Great Britain; Number of tree ferns exported from 1994 to 1998.
- Validation of the name Drosera monticola (Droseraceae), a species from the south-west of Western Australia. Lowrie, Allen // Nuytsia;2011, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p152
The article offers information about Drosera monticola, Droseraceae, a plant species from the south-west of Western Australia. It mentions that the plant was described as Drosera stolonifear sub species monticola and was raised to species as Drosera monticola.
- Guzmania kentii, A Nice Species In Cultivation. Gouda, Eric // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p110
The article presents a description of the Guzmania kentii plant.
- Addendum to the Flora of Cumberland Island National Seashore, Camden County, Georgia. Zomlefer, Wendy B.; Kruse, Lisa M. // Castanea;Jun2011, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p183
Cumberland Island National Seashore, Camden County, Georgia, is administered by the National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, and includes over 85% of the terrestrial acreage (7,880 ha; 19,472 acres) comprising Cumberland Island. A series of collecting trips over one year...
- VELASCOA (CROSSOSOMATACEAE), UN GENERO NUEVO DE LA SIERRA MADRE ORIENTAL DE MEXICO. Calderon De Rzedowski, Graciela; Rzedowski, Jerzy // Acta Botanica Mexicana;1997 Supplement, p53
On the basis of specimens collected in the NE extreme of the Mexican state of QuerÃ©taro Velascoa recondita is described as a new genus and species. It is considered to be a member of the Crossosomataceae as a rupicolous and microphyllous shrub and because of its flower with a gynoecium of two...
- APPENDIX. // Flowers of Trinidad & Tobago;2006, p135
A variety of species of flowering plants in different family that are illustrated in the "Flowers of Trinidad and Tobago," by Julian Kenny are presented.
- Taxonomic revision of Neotropical Murdannia Royle (Commelinaceae). de Oliveira Pellegrini, Marco Octávio; Faden, Robert B.; de Almeida, Rafael Felipe // PhytoKeys;2016, Issue 74, p35
This study provides a taxonomic revision for the Neotropical species of the genus Murdannia. Six species are recognized as native, including a new species and a new combination, while two Asian species are recognized as invasive. We present an identification key, a table summarizing the...