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