Aisoaceae by van Jaarsfeld E.J., de Villiers P.U.

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A. trichochlaenum. 31. Largest pinnules of each pinna 20–40 mm long; midveins distinct to indistinct, running diagonally near middle of pinnules; basal pinnules rectangular, longer than wide; abaxial blade surfaces glabrous or with scattered, hair-like scales; terminal pinnules conform or non-conform. 24 ADIANTUM 34. Terminal pinnules pinnatifid, non-conform; lateral pinnules often strongly falcate at tips, strongly serrate or biserrate. 29. A. tetraphyllum. 34. Terminal pinnules conform; lateral pinnules usually not falcate at tips, serrulate (except sometimes A.

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1880. Type. Mexico. , frag. ). Adiantum capillus-veneris L. var. protrusum Fernald, Rhodora 52: 203. 1950. Type. A. , Samochechobee Creek, Harper 1791 (GH). , Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 28: 46. 1901. Adiantum capillus-veneris L. var. ) Fernald, Rhodora 52: 206. 1901. Type. A. New Mexico: North Spring River, Roswell, Earle 261 (GH; isotype GH). ; rhizome scales castaneous, concolorous, ca. 5 mm, Distribution. Terrestrial on wooded stream banks or epipetric on limestone in seepage areas; ravines with Taxodium and Ficus, tropical deciduous forests, matorral, lower montane rain forests, evergreen rain forests; 150–2450 m.

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