Cyathea

[n] - type genus of the Cyatheaceae: tree ferns of the tropical rain forest to temperate woodlands
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Cyathea

genus Cyathea noun type genus of the Cyatheaceae: tree ferns of the tropical rain forest to temperate woodlands
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Cyathea

(from the article `fern`) ...indusiate, the indusium marginal and 2-lipped, or medial with indusium surrounding sorus from below; spores mostly tetrahedral, nonperisporial; ... ...sperm motile; between 9,000 and 12,000 species; representative genera include Pteridium, Polypodium, Polystichum, Adiantum, and Cyathea.Division ... [2 rel...
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Cyathea

Cyathea are a genus of arborescent ferns, of the order Polypodiaceae, characterized by having the spores, which are borne on the back of the frond, inclosed in a cup-shaped indusium. There are many species scattered over the tropical regions of the world. Cyathea medullaris is a fine New Zealand species of comparatively hardy character. The soft pu...
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Cyathea

Cyathea is a genus of tree ferns, the type genus of the fern order Cyatheales. They are mostly terrestrial ferns, usually with a single tall stem. Rarely, the trunk may be branched or creeping. Many species also develop a fibrous mass of roots at the base of the trunk. The genus has a pantropical distribution, with over 470 species. They grow in h...
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