Selliguea oodes

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Selliguea oodes


Asia-Tropical:, Borneo present; Philippines (Philippines present); Sulawesi (Sulawesi present)
Malesia: Philippines, Borneo, Sulawesi.


2. Polypodium dulitense represents a form with lobed or sinuose margins and an acuminate apex. 1 Selliguea oodes can be confused with small forms of the S. enervis-complex (‘Polypodium rhomboideum’). The distinctly sunken sori, the soft, succulent texture, the presence of hydathodes and the angle between lamina and stipe will usually distinguish S. oodes.


Alderw., Malayan Ferns. 1908: 652
T. Moore, II. 1862: 347
Hook. - in Sp. Fil. 1864: 71
Alderw., Malayan Ferns. 1908: 652
T. Moore, Malayan Ferns. 1917: 390
Alderw., Malayan Ferns. 1917: 390
Copel., Fern Fl. Philipp. 1960: 506
Alderw. - in Bull. Dép. Agric. Indes Néerl. 1909: 7
Baker, Syn. Fil. 1868: 354