Polypodiales

 Lace fern Microlepia strigosa, photographed by David Eickhoff.

Belongs within: Leptosporangiatae.
Contains: Aspidiaceae, Lindsaeaceae, Hypolepis, Parkeriaceae, Pteridaceae, Cystopteridaceae, Asplenium, Hymenasplenium, Thelypteridaceae, Woodsia, Blechnaceae, Athyrium, Diplazium, Bolbitidaceae, Dryopteridaceae, Nephrolepis, Davalliaceae, Grammitidaceae, Polypodium, Pleopeltis, Pyrrosia, Nephrodium.

The Dennstaedtiaceae is a cosmopolitan family of mostly terrestrial ferns. Though primarily tropical, species of Pteridium (bracken) are found in almost all habitats and P. aquilinum is perhaps the world’s most common fern.

<==Polypodiales [Davallioideae, Oleandroideae, Pteridales]RS12
    |--+--LindsaeaceaeSS04
    |  `--+--DennastraSS04
    |     `--Saccoloma [Saccolomataceae]SS04
    |          |--S. elegansSS04
    |          `--S. inaequaleSS04
    `--+--DennstaedtiaceaeSS04
       |    |--Monachosorum henryi Christ 1898 [=Phegopteris subdigitata (Blume) Bedd. 1883 (nom. illeg.)]I88
       |    |--HypolepisA61
       |    |--Histiopteris Agardh 1839I88, A61
       |    |    `--H. incisa (Thunberg) Smith 1875I88 (see below for synonymy)
       |    |--Leptolepia Mett. 1882A61
       |    |    `--L. novae-zelandiae (Col.) Kuhn 1882A61 (see below for synonymy)
       |    |--OdontosoriaJ87
       |    |    |--O. aculeataJ87
       |    |    `--O. fumarioidesJ87
       |    |--Pteridium Gleditsch ex Scopoli 1760SS04, A61
       |    |    |--P. aquilinum (Linnaeus) Kuhn in von der Decken 1879 [=Pteris aquilina Linnaeus 1753]I88
       |    |    |    |--P. a. var. aquilinumI88
       |    |    |    |--P. a. var. caudatumCW97
       |    |    |    |--P. a. var. pubescensH93
       |    |    |    `--P. a. var. wightianum (Wallich) Tryon 1941 [incl. P. capense var. densum (Wallich) Nakai 1949]I88
       |    |    `--P. esculentum (Forster) Diels 1899C49 (see below for synonymy)
       |    |--DennstaedtiaSL05
       |    |    |--D. appendiculata (Wallich) Smith 1875 [=Dicksonia appendiculata Wallich ex Hooker 1844]I88
       |    |    |--D. davallioidesH90 [=Dicksonia davallioidesB78; incl. Di. nitidulaB78]
       |    |    |--D. globuliferaJ87
       |    |    |--D. hirstaCW97
       |    |    |--D. punctilobulaSL05
       |    |    |--D. rubiginosaL54
       |    |    `--D. scabra (Wallich) Moore 1861 [=Dicksonia scabra Wallich ex Hooker 1844]I88
       |    `--MicrolepiaI88
       |         |--M. calvescens (Wallich) Presl 1849 (see below for synonymy)I88
       |         |--M. firma Mett. ex Kuhn 1869I88
       |         |--M. hookeriana (Wallich) Presl 1849 [=Davallia hookeriana Wallich ex Hooker 1846]I88
       |         |--M. platyphylla (Don) Smith 1842 [=Davallia platyphylla Don 1825]I88
       |         |--M. speluncae (Linnaeus) Moore 1857I88 (see below for synonymy)
       |         |--M. strigosa (Thunberg) Presl 1849 (see below for synonymy)I88
       |         `--M. trapeziformis (Roxburgh) Kuhn 1882 [=Davallia trapeziformis Roxburgh 1844]I88
       `--+--+--ParkeriaceaeSS04
          |  `--PteridaceaeSS04
          `--+--+--CystopteridaceaeRS12
             |  `--+--+--Rhachidosorus [Rhachidosoraceae]RS12
             |     |  |    |--*R. mesosorusRS12
             |     |  |    |--R. blotianusRS12
             |     |  |    |--R. consimilisRS12
             |     |  |    `--R. pulcherRS12
             |     |  `--+--DiplaziopsidaceaeRS12
             |     |     |    |  i. s.: ‘Diplazium’ flavovirideRS12
             |     |     |    |--Homalosorus pycnocarpusRS12, SS04 [=Diplaziopsis pycnocarpaRS12]
             |     |     |    `--Diplaziopsis Christensen 1906 [=Allantodia Wall. 1830 non Br. 1810]RS12
             |     |     |         |--*D. brunoniana [=*Allantodia brunoniana]RS12
             |     |     |         |--D. cavalerianaRS12
             |     |     |         `--D. javanica (Blume) Christensen 1905 (see below for synonymy)I88
             |     |     `--+--Hemidictyum [Hemidictyaceae]RS12
             |     |        |    `--H. marginatumRS12
             |     |        `--AspleniaceaeSL05
             |     |             |--AspleniumSS04
             |     |             |--Ceterach officinarumH91
             |     |             |--HymenaspleniumRS12
             |     |             `--Pleurosorus Fée 1850–1852A61
             |     |                  |--P. rutifolius Fée 1850–1852A61 (see below for synonymy)
             |     |                  `--P. subglandulosusH90
             |     `--+--ThelypteridaceaeRS12
             |        `--+--WoodsiaRS12
             |           `--+--+--BlechnaceaeSS04
             |              |  `--OnocleaceaeRS12
             |              |       |--Onoclea sensibilisSS04
             |              |       |--Onocleopsis hintoniiRS12
             |              |       |--Pentarhizidium intermediumRS12
             |              |       `--MatteucciaRS12
             |              |            |--M. orientalis (Hooker) Trev. 1869 (see below for synonymy)I88
             |              |            `--M. struthiopterisRS12
             |              `--AthyriaceaeRS12
             |                   |--AthyriumSS04
             |                   |--MakopterisSS04
             |                   |--DiplaziumSS04
             |                   |--Anisocampium [incl. Kuniwatsukia]RS12
             |                   |--AnisogoniumRS12
             |                   |    |--‘Asplenium’ decussatum [incl. Callipteris prolifera]B78
             |                   |    `--A. esculentum (Retzius) Presl 1836B06 (see below for synonymy)
             |                   |--LunathyriumH90
             |                   |    |--L. japonicum (Thunberg) Kurata 1961H90, I88 (see below for synonymy)
             |                   |    `--L. peterseniiH90
             |                   |--Cornopteris [incl. Neoathyrium]RS12
             |                   |    |--C. opaca (Don) Tagawa 1939 (see below for synonymy)I88
             |                   |    `--C. quadripinnatifida Kato 1979I88
             |                   `--Deparia [incl. Athyriopsis, Triblemma]RS12
             |                        |--D. achrostichoidesSL05
             |                        |--D. allantodioides (Bedd.) Kato 1984 (see below for synonymy)I88
             |                        |--D. boryana (von Willdenow) Kato 1977 (see below for synonymy)I88
             |                        |--D. nephrodioides Baker 1872 [=Davallia nephroidioides]B78
             |                        |--D. petersenii (Kunze) Kato 1977 [=Asplenium petersenii Kunze 1837]I88
             |                        |--D. prolifera [incl. D. macraei]B78
             |                        `--D. subfluvialis (Hayata) Kato 1984 [=Dryopteris subfluvialis Hayata 1915]I88
             `--+--+--Hypodematium crenatum (Forskål) Kuhn in Deck. 1879SS04, I88 (see below for synonymy)
                |  `--DidymochlaenaSS04
                |       |--D. lunulataT-W89
                |       |--D. polycarpaT-W89
                |       |--D. sinuosa [incl. Aspidium trunculatum]BS-V28
                |       `--D. truncatulaSS04
                `--+--+--BolbitidaceaeSS04
                   |  `--DryopteridaceaeSS04
                   `--+--NephrolepisSS04
                      `--+--Oleandra [Oleandraceae]SS04
                         |    |--O. musaefoliaT-W89
                         |    |--O. pistillaris (Swartz) Christensen 1934 (see below for synonymy)I88
                         |    `--O. wallichii (Hooker) Presl 1836 (see below for synonymy)I88
                         `--+--DavalliaceaeSS04
                            `--+--GrammitidaceaeF68
                               |--DrynariaI88 [DrynariaceaeB06]
                               |    |--D. heracleumT-W89
                               |    |--D. mollis Bedd. 1867 [incl. Polypodium rivale Mett. ex Baker 1867]I88
                               |    |--D. propinqua (Wallich) Smith apud Bedd. 1866 (see below for synonymy)I88
                               |    |--D. quercifolia (Linnaeus) Smith 1841I88 (see below for synonymy)
                               |    `--D. rigidulaH90
                               `--PolypodiaceaePS01
                                    |--PolypodiumSS04
                                    |--Aglaomorpha coronans (Wallich) Copel. 1929 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |--Neocheiropteris normalis (Don) Tagawa 1952 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |--Filix Adans. 1763M03
                                    |--Neurodium lanceolatumJ87
                                    |--Niphidium crassifoliumJ87
                                    |--PleopeltisJ87
                                    |--Phymatosorus banerjianus (Pal & Pal) Pichi.-Serm. 1977 (see below for synonymy)B06
                                    |--Paraleptochilus decurrens (Bl.) Copel. 1947 (see below for synonymy)B06
                                    |--GymnogrammeC06
                                    |    |--G. alismaefoliaT-W89
                                    |    |--G. aspidioides [=Stegnogramme aspidioides]T-W89
                                    |    |--G. feeiT-W89
                                    |    |--G. fraxineaT-W89
                                    |    |--G. hamiltonianaT-W89
                                    |    |--G. involutaT-W89
                                    |    |--G. lanceolataT-W89
                                    |    |--G. pozoiC06
                                    |    `--G. wallichiiT-W89
                                    |--Polypodites cladophleboides Brick 1952C93
                                    |--PyrrosiaA61
                                    |--Dictymia browniiH90
                                    |--‘Karstenia’ Göpp. 1836 non Fr. 1885 (nom. cons.)KC01
                                    |--Anarthropteris Cop. 1947A61
                                    |    `--A. lanceolata (Smith) Moore in Allan 1961 (see below for synonymy)A61
                                    |--CampyloneurumJ87
                                    |    |--C. angustifoliumJ87
                                    |    `--C. vexatumJ87
                                    |--MicrogrammaJ87
                                    |    |--M. lycopodioidesJ87
                                    |    `--M. piloselloidesJ87
                                    |--BelvisiaI88
                                    |    |--B. henryi (Hieronymus) Tagawa 1966 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--B. mucronataH90
                                    |    `--B. platyrhynchosH03
                                    |--LemmaphyllumI88
                                    |    |--L. carnosum (Smith) Presl 1849 [=Drymoglossum carnosum Smith in Hooker 1841]I88
                                    |    |--L. microphyllumN13
                                    |    `--L. rostratum (Bedd.) Tagawa 1966 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |--ColysisI88
                                    |    |--C. hemionitidea Presl 1849 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--C. pedunculata (Hooker & Greville) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    `--C. pothifolia (Don) Presl 1849I88 (see below for synonymy)
                                    |--NephrodiumC06
                                    |--ArthromerisI88
                                    |    |--A. himalayensis (Hooker) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--A. lehmannii (Mett.) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--A. tatsiensis (Fries & Bureau) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--A. wallichiana (Spr.) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    `--A. wardii (Clarke) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium wardii Clarke 1889]I88
                                    |--Phymatodes Presl 1836A61
                                    |    |--P. crustaceaP88
                                    |    |--P. novae-zelandiae (Baker) Pic. Ser. 1951 (see below for synonymy)A61
                                    |    |--P. scandens (Forst. f.) Presl 1836 (see below for synonymy)A61
                                    |    |--P. scolopendriaSJP60
                                    |    `--P. sinuosa [=Polypodium sinuosum]P88
                                    |--LoxogrammeI88
                                    |    |--L. aveniaSS04
                                    |    |--L. chinensis Ching 1929I88
                                    |    |--L. duclouxii Christ 1907I88
                                    |    |--L. grammitoidesSS04
                                    |    |--L. involuta (Don) Presl 1836 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    `--L. salicifoliaN13
                                    |--CrypsinusI88
                                    |    |--C. ebenipes (Hooker) Copel. 1947 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--C. erythrocarpus (Mett.) Tagawa 1966 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--C. griffithianus (Hooker) Copel. 1947 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--C. malacodon (Hooker) Copel. 1947 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--C. nigrovenius (Christ) Iwats. 1975 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--C. oxylobus (Wallich) Sledge 1960 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--C. quasidivaricatus (Hayata) Copel. 1947 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    `--C. stewardtii (Bedd.) Copel. 1947 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |--Microsorum [=Microsorium]H90
                                    |    |--M. cuspidatum (Don) Tagawa 1966 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--M. dilatatum (Bedd.) Sledge 1960 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--M. diversifolium Cop. 1929H90, A61 (see below for synonymy)
                                    |    |--M. fortuni (Moore) Ching 1933 [=Drynaria fortuni Moore 1855]I88
                                    |    |--M. grossumLK14
                                    |    |--M. hymenodes (Kunze) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium hymenodes Kunze 1850]I88
                                    |    |--M. membranaceum (Don) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                    |    |--M. punctatum (Linnaeus) Copel. 1929I88 (see below for synonymy)
                                    |    `--M. scandens [=Phymatosorus scandens]H90
                                    `--LepisorusI88
                                         |--L. bicolor (Takeda) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                         |--L. clathratus (Clarke) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                         |--L. contortus (Christ) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                         |--L. loriformis (Wallich) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                         |--L. nudus (Hooker) Ching 1933 [=Pleopeltis nuda Hooker 1823]I88
                                         |--L. scolopendrium (Ham.) Tagawa 1966 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                         |--L. subconfluens Ching 1933I88
                                         |--L. sublinearis (Baker) Ching 1933 (see below for synonymy)I88
                                         `--L. suboligolepidus Ching 1933I88
Polypodiales incertae sedis:
  AspidiaceaeF68
  LeptolepiditesSS04
    |--L. majorVB02
    |--L. psarosus Norris 1969I02
    |--L. rimatusVB02
    |--L. tenuis Stanley 1965YB02
    `--L. verrucatusVB02
  LaevigatosporitesSS04
    |--L. anomalus Norton in Norton & Hall 1969YB02
    |--L. gracilis Wilson & Webster 1946YB02
    |--L. haardtii (Potonié & Venitz) Thomson & Pflug 1953YB02
    `--L. ovatus Wilson & Webster 1946YB02

Aglaomorpha coronans (Wallich) Copel. 1929 [=Polypodium coronans Wallich ex Mett. 1857, Drynaria coronans (Wallich) Smith apud Bedd. 1865, Pseudodrynaria coronans (Wallich) Ching 1940]I88

Anarthropteris lanceolata (Smith) Moore in Allan 1961 [=Dictyopteris lanceolata Smith 1841 non Loxogramme lanceolata (Swartz) Presl 1836, Dictymia lanceolata Smith 1846; incl. Polypodium attenuatum Rich. 1832 nec Brown 1810 nec Humb. & Bonpl. in Willdenow 1810, P. cunninghamii Hook. 1864, P. dictyopteris Mett. 1861, Anarthropteris dictyopteris (Mett.) Cop. 1947, Loxogramme dictyopteris (Mett.) Cop. 1929]A61

Anisogonium esculentum (Retzius) Presl 1836B06 [=Hemionitis esculenta Retzius 1791I88, Asplenium esculentumI88, Callipteris esculentum (Retzius) Smith apud Houlst. & Moore 1851B06, Diplazium esculentum (Retzius) Swartz 1803I88]

Arthromeris himalayensis (Hooker) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium himalayense Hooker 1863, Pleopeltis himalayensis (Hooker) Bedd. 1869; incl. Po. venustum Wallich ex Clarke 1880]I88

Arthromeris lehmannii (Mett.) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium lehmannii Mett. 1857, Pleopeltis lehmannii (Mett.) Bedd. 1868; incl. Arthromeris lungtauensis Ching 1933]I88

Arthromeris tatsiensis (Fries & Bureau) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium tatsiense Fries & Bureau ex Christ 1905]I88

Arthromeris wallichiana (Spr.) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium juglandifolium Don 1825 non von Humboldt & Bonpland ex von Willdenow 1810, Po. wallichianum Spr. 1827, Pleopeltis juglandifolia (Don) Moore 1857]I88

Belvisia henryi (Hieronymus) Tagawa 1966 [=Hymenolepis henryi Hieronymus ex Christensen 1929]I88

Colysis hemionitidea Presl 1849 [=Pleopeltis hemionitidea (Presl) Moore 1862, Polypodium hemionitideum]I88

Colysis pedunculata (Hooker & Greville) Ching 1933 [=Ceterach pedunculatum Hooker & Greville 1827; incl. Gymnogramma hamiltoniana Hooker 1864, Selliguea hamiltoniana (Hooker) Bedd. 1867]I88

Colysis pothifolia (Don) Presl 1849I88 [=Hemionitis pothifolia Don 1825I88, C. elliptica var. pothifolia (Don) Ching 1933I88; incl. Grammitis ellipticaB78, Gymnogramma elliptica (Thunberg) Hooker & Baker 1868I88, Polypodium ellipticumB78, Selliguea elliptica (Thunberg) Bedd. 1870I88]

Cornopteris opaca (Don) Tagawa 1939 [=Hemionitis opaca Don 1825, Gymnogramma opaca (Don) Spr. 1827, Leptogramma opaca (Don) Bedd. 1883]I88

Crypsinus ebenipes (Hooker) Copel. 1947 [=Polypodium ebenipes Hooker 1863, Phymatodes ebenipes (Hooker) Ching 1933, Pleopeltis ebenipes (Hooker) Bedd. 1866]I88

Crypsinus erythrocarpus (Mett.) Tagawa 1966 [=Polypodium erythrocarpum Mett. ex Kuhn 1869, Goniophlebium erythrocarpum (Mett.) Bedd. 1876, Phymatodes erythrocarpa (Mett.) Ching 1933]I88

Crypsinus griffithianus (Hooker) Copel. 1947 [=Polypodium griffithianum Hooker 1854, Phymatodes griffithiana (Hooker) Ching 1933, Pleopeltis griffithiana (Hooker) Moore 1857]I88

Crypsinus malacodon (Hooker) Copel. 1947 [=Polypodium malacodon Hooker 1863, Phymatodes malacodon (Hooker) Ching 1933, Pleopeltis malacodon (Hooker) Bedd. 1883]I88

Crypsinus nigrovenius (Christ) Iwats. 1975 [=Polypodium shensiense var. nigrovenium Christ 1906, Phymatodes nigrovenia (Christ) Ching 1933, Po. nigrovenium (Christ) Ching 1930]I88

Crypsinus oxylobus (Wallich) Sledge 1960 [=Polypodium oxylobum Wallich ex Kunze 1851, Phymatodes oxyloba (Wallich) Presl ex Ching 1933, Po. hastatum var. oxylobum (Wallich) Clarke 1880; incl. Po. trifidum Don 1825 non Hoffmann 1790]I88

Crypsinus quasidivaricatus (Hayata) Copel. 1947 [=Polypodium divaricatum Hayata 1909 non Fourn. 1872, Po. quasidivaricatum Hayata 1911, Phymatodes quasidivaricata (Hayata) Ching 1933]I88

Crypsinus stewardtii (Bedd.) Copel. 1947 [=Pleopeltis stewardtii Bedd. 1867, Phymatodes stewardtii (Bedd.) Ching 1933, Polypodium stewardtii (Bedd.) Clarke 1880; incl. Po. cyrtolobum Smith ex Clarke 1880, Pleopeltis malacodon var. majus (Hooker) Bedd. 1883]I88

Deparia allantodioides (Bedd.) Kato 1984 [=Athyrium allantodioides Bedd. 1867; incl. Diplazium stoliczkae var. hirsutipes Bedd. 1883]I88

Deparia boryana (von Willdenow) Kato 1977 [=Aspidium boryanum von Willdenow 1810, Dryoathyrium boryanum (von Willdenow) Ching 1941, Lastrea boryana (von Willdenow) Moore 1856, Nephrodium boryanum]I88

Diplaziopsis javanica (Blume) Christensen 1905 [=Asplenium javanicum Blume 1828, Allantodia javanica (Blume) Trev. 1895]I88

Drynaria propinqua (Wallich) Smith apud Bedd. 1866 [=Polypodium propinquum Wallich ex Mett. 1857]I88

Drynaria quercifolia (Linnaeus) Smith 1841I88 [=Polypodium quercifolium Linnaeus 1753I88; incl. P. indicumBS-V28, P. linnaeiB78, Drynaria linnaeiB78, P. sylvaticumBS-V28]

Histiopteris incisa (Thunberg) Smith 1875I88 [=Pteris incisa Thunberg 1800I88, Lithobrochia incisa (Thunberg) Presl 1836I88; incl. P. brunoniana Endl. 1833A61, P. montana Colenso 1846A61, P. vespertilionis Labill. 1806A61, Litobrochia vespertilionisC06]

Hypodematium crenatum (Forskål) Kuhn in Deck. 1879SS04, I88 [=Polypodium crenatum Forskål 1775I88, Lastrea crenata (Forskål) Bedd. 1876I88, Nephrodium crenatumI88; incl. N. hirsutum Don 1825I88]

Lemmaphyllum rostratum (Bedd.) Tagawa 1966 [=Pleopeltis rostrata Bedd. 1867, Polypodium rostratum Hooker 1854 non Burmann 1768, Po. subrostratum Christensen 1906, Lemmaphyllum subrostratum (Christensen) Ching 1933, Lepidogrammitis subrostrata (Christensen) Ching 1940]I88

Lepisorus bicolor (Takeda) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium excavatum var. bicolor Takeda 1915, Pleopeltis bicolor (Takeda) Sledge 1960]I88

Lepisorus clathratus (Clarke) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium clathratum Clarke 1880, Pleopeltis clathrata (Clarke) Bedd. 1883; incl. Lepisorus nepalensis Iwats. 1975]I88

Lepisorus contortus (Christ) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium lineare var. contortum Christ 1897, P. contortum (Christ) Christ 1911]I88

Lepisorus loriformis (Wallich) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium loriforme Wallich ex Mett. 1857, Pleopeltis loriformis (Wallich) Alston & Bonner 1956]I88

Lepisorus scolopendrium (Ham.) Tagawa 1966 [=Polypodium scolopendrium Ham. in Don 1825, L. excavatus var. scolopendrius (Don) Ching 1933, Pleopeltis scolopendria (Don) Alston & Bonner 1956]I88

Lepisorus sublinearis (Baker) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium sublineare Baker ex Takeda 1915]I88

Leptolepia novae-zelandiae (Col.) Kuhn 1882A61 [=Davallia novae-zelandiae Col. 1846A61; incl. D. hispidaC06, Acrophorus hispidusC06]

Loxogramme involuta (Don) Presl 1836 [=Grammitis involuta Don 1825, Gymnogramma involuta (Don) Hooker 1864]I88

Lunathyrium japonicum (Thunberg) Kurata 1961H90, I88 [=Asplenium japonicum Thunberg 1784I88, Athyrium japonicum (Thunberg) Cop. 1908A61, Deparia japonica (Thunberg) Kato 1977I88, Diplazium japonicum (Thunberg) Bedd. 1876I88; incl. Diplazium congruumC06, Asplenium schkuhriiC06]

Matteuccia orientalis (Hooker) Trev. 1869 [=Struthiopteris orientalis Hooker 1860, Onoclea orientalis]I88

Microlepia calvescens (Wallich) Presl 1849 [=Davallia calvescens Wallich ex Hooker 1846, D. marginalis var. calvescens (Wallich) Clarke 1880, Microlepia marginalis var. calvescens (Wallich) Bedd. 1883; incl. D. scabra Don 1825]I88

Microlepia speluncae (Linnaeus) Moore 1857I88 [=Polypodium speluncae Linnaeus 1753I88, Davallia speluncaeB78; incl. D. flaccida Don 1825I88, D. villosa Don 1825I88]

Microlepia strigosa (Thunberg) Presl 1849 [=Trichomanes strigosum Thunberg 1784, Dicksonia strigosa (Thunberg) Thunberg 1794; incl. Davallia polypodioides Don 1825]I88

Microsorum cuspidatum (Don) Tagawa 1966 [=Polypodium cuspidatum Don 1825, Phymatodes cuspidata (Don) Smith 1857; incl. Po. leiorhizum Wallich ex Mett. 1856, Pleopeltis leiorhiza (Wallich) Moore 1862, Po. lucidum Roxburgh 1844, Microsorium lucidum (Roxburgh) Copel. 1947, Phymatodes lucida (Roxburgh) Ching 1933]I88

Microsorum dilatatum (Bedd.) Sledge 1960 [=Pleopeltis dilatata Bedd. 1866, Polypodium dilatatum Wallich ex Hooker 1863 nec Hoffmann 1796 nec Liebm. 1849; incl. Microsorium hancockii (Baker) Ching 1933]I88

Microsorum diversifolium Cop. 1929H90, A61 [=Polypodium diversifolium Willdenow 1810A61, Drynaria diversifoliaB78, Phymatodes diversifolium (Willdenow) Pic. Ser. 1951A61, Phymatosorus diversifoliusH90; incl. Po. billardieri Br. 1810A61, Phymatodes billardieri Presl 1836A61, Polypodium pustulatum Forster 1786 (n. d.)A61, Microsorium pustulatumC49, Phymatodes pustulataC06, Pleopeltis pustulataC06]

Microsorum membranaceum (Don) Ching 1933 [=Polypodium membranaceum Don 1892, Pleopeltis membranacea (Don) Moore 1860]I88

Microsorum punctatum (Linnaeus) Copel. 1929I88 [=Acrostichum punctatum Linnaeus 1753I88, Phegopteris punctatumT-W89, Pleopeltis punctata (Linnaeus) Bedd. 1876I88, Polypodium punctatum (Linnaeus) Swartz 1801 non Thunberg 1784I88; incl. Pl. irioides Moore 1857B06, Po. irioidesB78]

Neocheiropteris normalis (Don) Tagawa 1952 [=Polypodium normale Don 1825, Microsorium normale (Don) Ching 1933, Neolepisorus normalis (Don) Ching 1940, Pleopeltis normalis (Don) Moore 1862]I88

Oleandra pistillaris (Swartz) Christensen 1934 [=Aspidium pistillare Swartz 1801; incl. O. neriiformis Cavanilles 1799]I88

Oleandra wallichii (Hooker) Presl 1836 [=Aspidium wallichii Hooker 1823; incl. Neuronia asplenioides Don 1825]I88

Paraleptochilus decurrens (Bl.) Copel. 1947 [=Leptochilus decurrens Bl. 1828, Gymnopteris decurrens (Bl.) Hooker 1862 non Hooker 1857; incl. G. variabilis (Hooker) Bedd. 1868]B06

Phymatodes novae-zelandiae (Baker) Pic. Ser. 1951 [=Polypodium novae-zelandiae Baker in Hook. 1886, Microsorium novae-zelandiae Cop. 1947]A61

Phymatodes scandens (Forst. f.) Presl 1836 [=Polypodium scandens Forst. f. 1786, Drymaria scandens Fée 1852; incl. Po. pustulatum Cheesem. 1925 non Forst. f. 1786]A61

Phymatosorus banerjianus (Pal & Pal) Pichi.-Serm. 1977 [=Phymatodes banerjianus Pal & Pal 1963]B06

Pleurosorus rutifolius Fée 1850–1852A61 [=Grammitis rutaefolia Br. 1810A61, Ceterach rutaefolia Mett. 1856A61, Gymnogramme pozoi var. rutaefolia Hook & Baker 1873A61, Gy. rutaefolia Hook. & Grev. 1829A61; incl. Gy. alpina Potts 1878A61, Gy. papaverifoliaB78, Gy. subglandulosaB78]

Pteridium esculentum (Forster) Diels 1899C49 [=Pteris esculenta Forster 1786A61, Pteridium aquilinum ssp. caudatum var. esculentumA61, Pteridium aquilinum var. esculentum (Forster) Kuhn 1882C49, Pteris aquilina var. esculenta (Forster) Hook. f. 1855A61]

*Type species of generic name indicated

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