Goniophlebium subauriculatum

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Goniophlebium subauriculatum

Distribution

Asia-Tropical:, Maluku (Maluku present) Australasia: New Caledonia: present
Indochina to Australia, New Caledonia. Throughout Malesia but absent from the Moluccas.

Morphology

2. When growing on altitudes over 1500 m a ‘mountain form’ may develop (Polypodium pallens Blume). This form has short, upright fronds, narrow, firm pinnae with a truncate base and a less serrate margin. This growth form does not persist when the plants are grown at lower altitudes. 1 Juvenile plants are hairy, and the hairiness may persist in varying degrees on older plants. Distinct gradations in hairiness may occur between fronds on the same rhizome.

Anatomy

Anatomy:

Citation

Copel. - in Philipp. J. Sc. Bot. 1907: 139
Rödl-Linder - in Philipp. J. Sc. 1987: 159
J. Sm., Ferns Brit. & For. 1866: 82
J. Sm., Cat. Cult. Ferns. 1857: 3
Hook. - in Sp. Fil. 1864: 32
J. Sm., Hist. Fil. 1875: 93
Copel. - in Philipp. J. Sc. 1906: 162
Zamora & Co - in Guide Philipp. Flora & Fauna. 1986: 150
Copel., Fern Fl. Philipp. 1960: 461
Baker, Syn. Fil., ed. 2. 1883: 344
Holttum - in Revis. Fl. Malaya. 1954: f. 108
Fée, Gen. Filic. 1850-1852: (‘reinwardtianum’)
Bedd., Handb. Ferns Brit. India. 1883: f. 173
Copel., Fern Fl. Philipp. 1960: 461
M.G. Price, Thesis, Univ. Philipp. Los Baños. 1975: 204
C. Presl - in Blumea. 1990: 400
Blume, Fl. Javae Fil. 1830: 132
M.G. Price, Thesis, Univ. Philipp. Los Baños. 1975: 203, 204