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Megalastrum (Dryopteridaceae) in Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay

We provide keys, descriptions, illustrations, full synonymies, maps, and a list of specimens examined for species of Megalastrum found in Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Eighteen species are recognized, including seven new ones: M. albidum, M. brevipubens, M. indusiatum, M. littorale, M. organense, M... Full description

Journal Title: American fern journal 2009, Vol.99 (1), p.1-44
Main Author: Moran, Robbin C
Other Authors: Prado, Jefferson , Labiak, Paulo H
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Language: English
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Quelle: Alma/SFX Local Collection
Publisher: Missouri Botanical Garden, P.O. Box 299, St. Louis, MO 63166-0299 U.S.A: Americian Fern Society
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title: Megalastrum (Dryopteridaceae) in Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay
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  • Moran, Robbin C
  • Prado, Jefferson
  • Labiak, Paulo H
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  • Brazil
  • Crypts
  • Distribution
  • Dryopteridaceae
  • Ferns
  • floristics
  • Hair
  • Holotypes
  • Identification and classification
  • Isotypes
  • Lectotypes
  • Mathematics
  • Megalastrum
  • Natural history
  • New species
  • Petioles
  • Research s
  • Specimens
  • systematics
  • taxonomy
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description: We provide keys, descriptions, illustrations, full synonymies, maps, and a list of specimens examined for species of Megalastrum found in Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Eighteen species are recognized, including seven new ones: M. albidum, M. brevipubens, M. indusiatum, M. littorale, M. organense, M. retrorsum, and M. substrigosum. The species occur primarily in the coastal mountains; none occur in Amazonia. The mountains of coastal Brazil are a center of endemism and diversity for the genus.
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