Family Drynariaceae, genus Lecanopteris;
world species list.


By Michael Hassler and Brian Swale.      

A list of the species of the genus Lecanopteris, 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.
050.000 Order Polypodiales
		Statistics: 9 families, 82 genera, 1996-2140 spp. 
		(2293 species and 31 hybrids listed]
		= Order Davalliales
054.0000 Family Drynariaceae Ching; Acta Phytotax. Sin. 16: 1-37 (1978)
		Statistics: 16 genera, 347-370 spp. 
		[444 species and 4 hybrids listed]
		Revision date: 20.07.2001
		Remarks: according to PCR results Polypodiaceae s. lat. is polyphyletic. 
		There are two choices: either include Grammitidaceae, Pleurosoriopsidaceae and 
		Loxogrammaceae in Polypodiaceae, or separate Drynariaceae as family. 
		It is not clear whether or not Drynariaceae is the correct family name.
		= Dipteridaceae subfam. Drynarioideae Crabbe; Jermy & Mickel, Fern Gaz. 11: 156 (1975)
		= Polypodiaceae tribus Drynarieae Subh.Chandra; Brenesia 18: 175 (1980) 
		[without latin descr. or type, et in Fern Gaz. 12(4): 226 (1982), with latin descr. and type
		= Polypodiaceae tribus Lemmaphylleae V.G.Tu; Novosti Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 18: 44 (1981)
		= Polypodiaceae tribus Microsoreae V.G.Tu; Novosti Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 18: 18 (1981)
054.0400 Tribus Microsoreae

054.0402 Lecanopteris Reinwardt; Flora 1825: Beil. 3, 48 (1825) Statistics: 13 spp. Malesia [13 species listed] Revision date: 20.07.2001 = Lecanium Reinw.; Flora 1825(2): 3, Beibl. 48 (1825) = Lecanopteris subgen. Myrmecopteris = Myrmecophila (Christ) Nakai (1929) [nec Rolfe (1917) = Myrmecophila Christ; Farnkr. 112 (1897) = Myrmecophila Christ ex Nakai; Bot. Mag. Tokyo 43: 6 (1929) = Myrmecopteris Pichi-Serm.; Webbia 31(1): 239 (1977) [nom. nov. = Onychium Reinwardt; Sylloge plant. 2. 2 (1824) [nec Kaulf. (1820) Lecanopteris balgooyi Hennipman; Kew Bull. 41(4)- 783 (1986) Lecanopteris carnosa (Reinw.) Bl.; Enum. 120 (1828) Lecanopteris celebica Hennipman; Blumea 32(2): 316 (1987) Lecanopteris crustacea Copel.; Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. 12. 406 (1931) Lecanopteris darnaedii Hennipman; Kew Bull. 41(4): 785 (1986) Lecanopteris deparioides (Ces.) Bak.; Journ. Bot. 366 (1881) Lecanopteris holttumii Hennipman; Blumea 32(2): 317 (1987) Lecanopteris lomarioides Copel.; Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. 16: 123 (1929) Lecanopteris luzonensis Hennipman; Blumea 32(2): 311 (1987) Lecanopteris mirabilis Copel.; Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. 16: 123 (1929) Lecanopteris pumila Bl.; Fl. Javae, Fil. t. 94 (1829), sine descr., et ex Copel., Polyp. Philip. 134 (1905) Lecanopteris sinuosa (Wallich ex Hook.) Copel.; Gen. Fil., 205 (1947) Lecanopteris spinosa Jermy & T. Walker; Fern Gaz. 11: 167 (1975)
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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.

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