Family Loxomataceae, genus Loxsomopsis;
world species list.


By Michael Hassler and Brian Swale.      

A list of the species of the genus Loxsomopsis, 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.
019.000 Order Cyatheales
		Statistics: 6 families, 15 genera, 627-687 spp. [703 species and 8 hybrids listed]
021.0000 Family Loxomataceae C. Presl; Gefässb. 1: Stipes d. Farrn: 31 (1847)
		Statistics: 2 genera, 2 spp. [2 species listed]
		Revision date: 20.07.2001
		= Loxsomaceae auct.
		= Loxsomataceae auct.

021.0001 Loxsomopsis Christ; Bull. Herb. Boiss. II, 4: 399 (1904) Statistics: 1 sp. South America [1 species listed] Revision date: 20.07.2001 Loxsomopsis pearcei (Bak.) Maxon; Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 46. 105 (1933) Distribution [complete]: Costa Rica, S-Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia Conservation status: IUCN E (L. costaricensis for Costa Rica) = Dennstaedtia pearcei (Bak.) C. Chr.; Ind. 218 (1905) = Dicksonia pearcei Bak.; Ann. Bot. 5. 197 (1891) = Loxsomopsis costaricensis Christ; Bull. Boiss. II. 4. 399 t. 1 (1904) = Loxsomopsis lehmannii Hier.; Engl. Jahrb. 34. 435 (1904) = Loxsomopsis notabilis Slosson; Bull. Torr. Cl. 39. 285 t. 23 f. 1-3 (1912)
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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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