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Caobangia

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Lepisorus squamatus is a species of fern known only from Vietnam and from Guangxi Province in southern China.[1] The plant is herbaceous, spreading by rhizomes. The leaves are simple, elliptical, and the sori are round, on the underside of the leaves. The spores are white.[2][3][4]

The systematic position of the species varies. It was originally described in the monotypic genus Caobangia as Caobangia squamata.[1] It has also been placed in Lemmaphyllum as Lemmaphyllum squamatum.[1][5]

References

  1. ^ a b c d Hassler, Michael (2004–2021), "Genus Lepisorus", World Ferns. Synonymic Checklist and Distribution of Ferns and Lycophytes of the World. Version 12.4, retrieved 2021-09-24
  2. ^ Smith, Alan Reid, & Zhang, Xian-chun. 2002. Caobangia, a new genus and species of Polypodiaceae from Vietnam. Novon 12:546-550.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ Flora of China v 2-3 p 827.
  5. ^ "Lemmaphyllum squamatum (A.R.Sm. & X.C.Zhang) Li Wang". Plants of the World Online. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 2021-09-24.
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Caobangia: Brief Summary

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Lepisorus squamatus is a species of fern known only from Vietnam and from Guangxi Province in southern China. The plant is herbaceous, spreading by rhizomes. The leaves are simple, elliptical, and the sori are round, on the underside of the leaves. The spores are white.

The systematic position of the species varies. It was originally described in the monotypic genus Caobangia as Caobangia squamata. It has also been placed in Lemmaphyllum as Lemmaphyllum squamatum.

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