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Re: ferns DIGEST V1 #235 Spore request

  • Subject: [ferns] Re: ferns DIGEST V1 #235 Spore request
  • From: "Brian Swale" bj@caverock.net.nz
  • Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 22:28:21 +1300
  • In-reply-to: <200510270401.j9R411v09937@lorien.mallorn.com>

Hi all

David wrote
> Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 22:46:35 EDT
> From: XericFerns@aol.com
> Subject: Re: AW: [ferns] Spore request
> Frank, 
> Thanks. Yes, Cosentinia vellea would be classed as a xeric fern. I  plan to
> pursue the German link and see what I can come up with.
> David Schwartz

I am curious to know why the name Consentinia is used when for example, 
> Cosentinia Tod.  Giornale de Scienze Naturali ed Economiche de Palermo 1: 219. 1866.
{Giorn. Sci. Nat. Econ. Palermo ; BPH 403.22}

is considered, for example at MOBOT, 

to be superseded by Cheilanthes Sw.

Thanks, Brian

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