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A New Combination in Microsorum (Polypodiaceae, Fern)


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1 Department of Biological Sciences, Burdwan Town School, Burdwan - 713101, India
     

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The endemic fern, Phymatosorus beddomei, was distinguished from Microsorum cuspidatum by its decurrent bases of pinnae on upper part of the frond. Based on updated knowledge of phylogenetic relationships this species is formally transferred to Microsorum.

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Endemic, Microsorum, New Combination, Phymatosorus beddomei.
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Authors

Jaideep Mazumdar
Department of Biological Sciences, Burdwan Town School, Burdwan - 713101, India

Abstract


The endemic fern, Phymatosorus beddomei, was distinguished from Microsorum cuspidatum by its decurrent bases of pinnae on upper part of the frond. Based on updated knowledge of phylogenetic relationships this species is formally transferred to Microsorum.

Keywords


Endemic, Microsorum, New Combination, Phymatosorus beddomei.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20324/nelumbo%2Fv61%2F2019%2F145290