Tectaridium macleanii

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Tectaridium macleanii

Distribution

Asia-Tropical: Philippines (Philippines present), Leyte present, Panay present, Samar present, southern Luzon present
Malesia: Philippines (Southern Luzon, Leyte, Samar, Panay).

Morphology

A collection in which fertile fronds have a quite distinct wing joining the bases of successive lobes was made type of a separate species T. primitivum by Copeland. Deeply lobed sterile fronds, lobes subentire, 4 mm wide, may occur and bear an occasional sorus on an outer vein of a single row of areoles. A plant from Panay cultivated at Kew produced fronds showing a range of forms between sterile and fertile. One frond 5 cm wide, shallowly lobed throughout, produced irregularly arranged sori near the margin, some terminal on short free veins and some on veins surrounding areoles.

Citation

Copel., Fern Fl. Philipp. 1960: 316
Copel. - in Philipp. J. Sci. 1929: 138
Copel., Fern Fl. Philipp. 1960: 316