Hypolepis poeppigii

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Hypolepis poeppigii is a fern species in the family Dennstaedtiaceae that has no common name.[1]

It was first described by German botanist Georg Heinrich Mettenius, but his description was not considered validly published, and American botanist William Ralph Maxon later described the species in a valid publication.[2]

Distribution

The fern is found in the Neotropical realm within South America. Places it is native to include the Argentina, Chile, Peru, and Falkland Islands.

Description

Hypolepis poeppigii has either individual antheridia or antheridia grouped on an antheridiophore.[3]

References

  1. ^ Heusser 2003, p. 50.
  2. ^ "Hypolepis poeppigii". Encyclopedia of Life. Retrieved September 16, 2015.
  3. ^ Martínez, O. G.; Chambi, C. J.; Avilés, Z. (May 2014). "Gametophytic Phase of Two Neotropical Ferns, Dennstaedtia globulifera (Poir.) Hieron and Hypolepis poeppigii Mett. ex Maxon (Dennstaedtiaceae)". Plant Systematics and Evolution. 300 (5): 909. doi:10.1007/s00606-013-0930-7.
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Hypolepis poeppigii: Brief Summary

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Hypolepis poeppigii is a fern species in the family Dennstaedtiaceae that has no common name.

It was first described by German botanist Georg Heinrich Mettenius, but his description was not considered validly published, and American botanist William Ralph Maxon later described the species in a valid publication.

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