Todea

[n] - a genus of delicate ferns belonging to the family Osmundaceae
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Todea

genus Todea noun a genus of delicate ferns belonging to the family Osmundaceae
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Todea

(from the article `fern`) ...blade, maturing nearly simultaneously, intermediate between eusporangia and leptosporangia, the annulus a lateral patch of thick-walled cells; ... the royal fern family, the only family of the fern order Osmundales. A primitive group consisting of three present-day genera of large ferns—Osmunda, ... ...
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Todea

T. papuana The fern genus Todea is known from only two living species. Todea barbara L., known as the king fern, is native to South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia while Todea papuana H. is known only from Papua New Guinea. Species in the genus Todea, as Leptopteris, are distinct from other in Osmundaceae in that sporangia are born on laminar p...
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Todea

Todea is a genus of ferns, mostly natives of New Zealand and Australia. They have a habit very similar to polypodies.
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