Class Polypodiopsida

From biota
Jump to navigationJump to search

Order Polypodiales

Family Woodsiaceae (Diels) Hert. - Cliff Fern family (including Athyriaceae Alston – Lady-fern family)

Genus Athyrium Roth – Lady-fern

  • Athyrium filix-femina (L.) Roth – Lady Fern, Common Lady-fern – wet forests, quite often.

Genus Cystopteris Bernh. – bladderfern

  • Cystopteris dickeana Sims – Dickie's bladderfern - Perennial. Dry rocks; very rare. This species is often regarded as a synonim of C. fragilis.
  • Cystopteris fragilis (L.) Bernh. – brittle bladderfern - Perennial. At the foot of cliff rocks in damp places; very rare.
  • Cystopteris montana (L.) Lam. [Rhizomatopteris montana (L.) Khokhr.] – mountain bladderfern - Perennial. In damp mossy places on rocks and at the foot of cliff rocks, near brooks; very rare.

Genus Gymnocarpium Newm. – Oak Fern

  • Gymnocarpium dryopteris (L.) Newm. – Western Oak fern, Common Oak Fern, Northern Oak Fern - Perennial. In forests, in forest bogs and on rocks; often. In damp forest areas can form a образовывать continuous cover.

Genus Woodsia R. Br.

  • Woodsia ilvensis (L.) R. Br. [W. alpina auct. p. p. non (Bolt.) S. F. Gray] – Oblong Woodsia, Rusty Woodsia Rusty Cliff Fern - Perennial. In cracks in rocks and huge boulders; very rare.

Listing of W. alpina (Bolt.) S. F. Gray. for the Kindo peninsula refers to this species.

Family Dryopteridaceae Ching – wood ferns family

Genus Dryopteris Adans. - wood ferns, male ferns, buckler ferns

  • Dryopteris carthusiana (Vill.) H. P. Fuchs [D. spinulosa (Roth) Watt, Dryopteris lanceolato-cristata (Hoffm.) Alston] – Narrow buckler fern, Spinulose wood fern - Perennial. Wet forests, glades; rare.

Family Thelypteridaceae Ching ex Pichi Serm.

Genus Phegopteris Fée – Beech Fern

  • Phegopteris connectilis (Michx.) Watt [Thelypteris phegopteris (L.) Sloss.] – Long Beech Fern - Perennial. Grassy bogs and wet forests; often.

Family Aspleniaceae Mett. ex Frank – spleenwort family

Genus Asplenium L. – spleenwort

  • Asplenium septentrionale (L.) Hoffm. – Northern spleenwort, Forked spleenwort - Perennial. In the square 13, in a crack in the vertical cliff rock on the southern slope of the ridge.

Family Polypodiaceae Bercht. et J.Presl – Polypody Family

Genus Polypodium L. – Polypody

  • Polypodium vulgare L. – Common polypody - Perennial. On rocks, in cracks and moss turf – often; on stone runs – rare.

rus:Класс Polypodiopsida – Многоножковые