Family Pteridaceae, genus Chrysochosma ;
world species list.


By Michael Hassler and Brian Swale.      

A list of the species of the genus Chrysochosma , giving current name, authority, synonyms, published references, geographic distribution and (sometimes) illustrations.
Please note: an asterisk * in the distribution list means that the species is exotic to the country named.

005.00 Class Filicopsida
		Trivial names: Ferns
		Statistics: 15 orders, 53 families, 310 genera, 9300-10700 species 
		[11501 species and 454 hybrids listed.
027.000 Order Pteridales
		Statistics: 10 families, 53 genera, 1065-1300 spp. [1358 species and 42 hybrids listed]
035.0000 Family Notholaenaceae
		Statistics: 9 genera, 113-126 spp. [133 species and 8 hybrids listed]
		Revision date: 20.07.2001
		= Hemionitidaceae Pichi Sermolli; Webbia 21: 487 (1966)
035.1000 Subfamily Notholaenoideae
		Revision date: 20.07.2001

035.1002 Chrysochosma (J. Smith) Kümmerle; Mag. Bot. Lapok. 13: 35 (1914) Statistics: 25 spp. North and tropical America [27 species and 1 hybrid listed]. There are typification problems and confusion with Notholaena. Many authors, under them Tryon, consider Notholaena to be the valid name for this genus, with typus N. trichomanoides, but his proposal was rejected. Revision date: 20.07.2001 = Chrysochosma J. Smith; Hist. Fil. 279 (1875) Chrysochosma affinis (Mett.) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 307 (1989) Chrysochosma aliena (Maxon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 307 (1989) Trivial names: Foreign Cloak Fern Chrysochosma angusta (R. M. Tryon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 307 (1989) Chrysochosma aschenborniana (Klotzsch) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 307 (1989) Trivial names: Aschenborn's Cloak Fern Chrysochosma aurantiaca (D.C.Eaton) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 307 (1989) Chrysochosma californica (D.C.Eaton) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 307 (1989) Trivial names: California Cloak Fern ssp. californica (D.C.Eaton) Pich i-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 307 (1989) var. accessita Jepson ssp. leucophylla (Windham) comb. ined. Chrysochosma candida (M. Martens & Galeotti) Kümmerle; Mag. bot. Lapok 18. 42 (1914) Trivial names: Copeland's Cloak Fern Chrysochosma cubensis (Weath. ex R. M. Tryon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma ekmanii (Maxon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma galapagensis (Weath. & Svenson) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma galeottii (Fée) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma grayi (Davenp.) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Trivial names: Gray's Cloak Fern ssp. grayi (Davenp.) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) ssp. sonorensis (Windham) comb. ined. Chrysochosma greggii (Mett. ex Kuhn) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Trivial names: Gregg's Cloak Fern Chrysochosma hassleri (Weath.) comb. ined. Chrysochosma jacalensis (Pray) comb. ined. Chrysochosma lemmonii (D.C.Eaton) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Trivial names: Lemmon's Cloak Fern var. australis (R. M. Tryon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma leonina (Maxon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma nealleyi (Seaton) comb. ined. Chrysochosma neglecta (Maxon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Trivial names: Neglected Cloak Fern Chrysochosma nigricans (Willd.) comb. ined. Chrysochosma rigida (Davenp.) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma rosei (Maxon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma schaffneri (E.Fourn.) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) Chrysochosma solitaria (R. Tryon) comb. ined. Chrysochosma standleyi Kümmerle (1914) Trivial names: Standley's Cloak Fern Chrysochosma sulphurea (Cav.) Kümmerle; Mag. bot. Lapok 18. 45 (1914) Chrysochosma trichomanoides (L.) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989) var. subnuda (Jenman) comb. ined. Chrysochosma x weatherbiana (R. M. Tryon) Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 43(2): 308 (1989)
This page is Copyright ©, 2001, 2002 Brian Swale, Michael Hassler. All rights reserved.
For more information, go to
© Copyright page
For each species, information on its distribution by country and sometimes by province, region or state within a country; conservation status (where applicable), and all synonyms with publishing source (other latin names by which the species has been known) that we could find, and where applicable whether or not the given name has been verified; are available on the CDROM version of this page.


Back to start of fern pages.