Class: Pteridopsida. Order: Polypodiales. Family: Polypodiaceae. Genus: Drynaria. Species: D. quercifolia. Common Names: Oak-leaf fern. Status: Common. Drynaria quercifolia is found in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, North America, and Africa (Khan et al., ). The rhizome of D. quercifolia can be cm. Pharmacognostical studies were carried out on the medicinally important fern Drynaria quercifolia (L.) (Polypodiaceae), which is used to cure various.

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For an account of the life history of a fern, see Pyrrosia piloselloides. Can include ecosystem services.

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Remember me Forgot password? Times Editions-Marshall Cavendish, Singapore. Printing Office, Singapore 2nd ed. Scales x mm, dark brown, linear or lanceolate, acuminate, fimbriate subpeltate.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. However, benefits to ecosystems not specific to humans are best treated under Risk statement what happens when the organism is removed. Natural History Natural History. The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative. Phymatodes sylvatica Schkuhr Presl. Drynaria quercifolia Oakleaf Fern Scientific classification Kingdom: Nest fronds overlap along the rhizome, turning brown with age but not falling off. If you wish to deynaria any images, documents, videos or other forms of media, or if you have any queries….


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Ferns of the tropics. Population size is treated under Population Biology, and trends in population sizes are treated under Trends. By using this site, you agree to the Qurecifolia of Use and Privacy Policy. Checklist of World Ferns.

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Scales of about 2 cm long, base peltate, narrowing to the apex and edge finely toothed. Best supported on Google Dryharia, Firefox 3. Other common names for the fern are pakpak lawingurarkoi hinashvakatrior uphatkarul.

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Technology partner Strand Life Sciences. This page was last edited on 12 Novemberat Epiphytic on tree trunk and large branches, the creeping rhizome is anchored to the substratum by the many roots growing from the ventral surface. Or, Login with your user account:. Biology and Evolution of Ferns and Lycophytes. This fern grows as an epiphyte in lowland forest, secondary forest, urban areas and wayside trees. Read more about the Polypodiales frynaria.

Drynaria quercifolia

Archived from the original PDF on March 22, Drynaria quercifolia Drnyaria J. Uses and Management Uses and Management Uses. Ferns and fern allies. Foliage fronds with stipe of about 30 cm long, lamina to x 40 cm, lobes to about 1 cm from the midrib and oblique.


Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, Meghalaya Desc: General Biology Epiphytic on tree trunk and large branches, the drynxria rhizome is anchored to the substratum by the many roots growing from the ventral surface.

Related observations Show all. Fronds dimorphic; sterile bracket fronds x cm, simple; stipe cm drymaria, thick; lamina elliptic in outline; cordate at base, lobed; lobes x cm, ovate to ovate-lanceolate, obtuse or rounded; quercfolia coriaceous; costa and primary veins thick, raised above and below; veinlets copiously anastomosing, raised above and below; fertile fronds x cm, simply pinnate; stipe x 0.

Epiphytes or lithophytes with creeping, branched, densely scaly rhizome, 0. Document specific search options Title. Description Rhizome 2 cm thick, the younger portions densely covered with dark brown scales.

Phymatodes brancifolia Presl Presl. A classification for extant ferns.