Subordinate Taxa
Scientific Name:
Phlebodium (R.Br.) J.Sm., J. Bot. (Hooker) 4: 58 (1841)
  • = Polypodium sect. Phlebodium R.Br. in Bennett et al., Pl. Jav. Rar. 1, 4 (1838)
From the Greek phlebo- (veined), a reference to the pronounced frond venation.
Number of species in New Zealand within Phlebodium (R.Br.) J.Sm.
Exotic: Casual1
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