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Caobangia squamata

Caobangia squamata

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Plantae

Division:
Pteridophyta

Class:
Polypodiopsida

Order:
Polypodiales

Family:
Polypodiaceae

Genus:
Caobangia

Species:
C. squamata

Binomial name

Caobangia squamata
A.R. Sm. & X.C. Zhang

Synonyms[2]

Lemmaphyllum squamatum (A. R. Smith & X. C. Zhang) Li Wang[1]

Caobangia squamata is a species of fern known only from Vietnam and from Guangxi Province in southern China. It is the only known species in its genus, distinctive because of the long, reddish-brown hair-like scales on the leaves. The plant is an herb spreading by rhizomes. Leaves are simple, elliptical. Sori are round, on the underside of the leaves. Spores white. [3][4][2]
References[edit]

^ Li Wang et al., Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society 162: 36. 2010.
^ a b Flora of China v 2-3 p 827.
^ Smith, Alan Reid, & Zhang, Xian-chun. 2002. Caobangia, a new genus and species of Polypodiaceae from Vietnam. Novon 12:546-550.
^ Smith, A. R., K. M. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz, P. Korall, H. Schneider & P. Wolff. 2006. A classification for extant ferns. Taxon 55(3): 705–731.