DICRANOPTERIS LINEARIS PDF
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Dicranopteris linearis. Photo: Petra Ballings Vumba, Jevington road. Dicranopteris linearis. Photo: Bart Wursten Aberfoyle, Honde Valley. The plant can spread rapidly and is used in soil stabilization schemes. Known Hazards. In places where the plant’s habitat has been burned over, the stiff, erect . Description. Rhizome widely creeping, glabrous at maturity. Fronds spaced apart. Stipe up to 1 m long, golden brown, glabrous. Lamina times dichotomously.
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It is difficult to know when sporangia are fully mature and ready for collection. Growing plant Photograph by: Cookies help us deliver our services.
Dicranopteris linearis obtained from Zimbabweflora. Native, Naturalised and Cultivated Species. Fritsch Mertensia rufinervis Mart. Counts for 50 families. Effects of the extract of Dicranopteris linearis on seed germination and seedling growth of selected common weeds in Malaysia.
Easy from rooted pieces. Paul Lechevalier, Paris, France.
Spores trilete, tetrahedral with prolonged angles, somewhat wrinkled. The leaves die and the stems are very slow to decompose, so the network persists. Citation in web searches. Where To Buy Not commercially available.
Red data list status: The genus Dicranopteris comprises c. The caps “songko”used in northern Peninsular Malaysia and peninsular Thailand, are durable enough to last several dicranoptteris.
In Gabon the hollow stems are used lineagis straws for drinking palm wine and children use them as toy blowpipes. Dicranopteris linearis Dicranopteris linearis x – 22k – jpg comfsm.
Insects associated with this species: In South-East Asia 13 varieties are distinguished, mainly based on the mode of branching e. Dicranopteris linearis Dicranopteris linearis x – 49k – jpg comfsm. Threatened and uncommon plants of New Zealand. The sporangia, where spores are produced and stored, are also found at the underside of the lobes of the ultimate two branches.
Click on each image to see a larger version and details of the record View all images The Diliman district in Quezon City in the Philippines ‘ National Capital Region derived its name from Dicranopteris linearis, locally known as “Dilim” the suffix “-an” indicates a place where something, in this case the fern, is common. The plant can spread rapidly and quickly cover large areas of ground – as on this slope Photograph by: Not for the casual reader.
Stipes 55— mm long, glabrous. A revised classification of New Zealand pteridophytes with a synonymic checklist of species. For an account of the life history of a fern, see Pyrrosia piloselloides.
In South-East Asia it is one of the most common ferns. An annotated check-list of the pteridophytes of Malawi Kirkia 14 1 Page After harvesting, the leaf axes are cut longitudinally into 4 strips, are soaked in water for a week and are rubbed with coconut oil to obtain a black colour.
Wikispecies has information related to Dicranoptfris linearis. Its leaves are short-lived but slow to decompose, even under high temperature and rainfall conditions. It is one of the most widely distributed ferns of the wet Old World tropics and adjacent regions, including Polynesia and the Pacific. Views Read Edit View history. The fiddleheads of the fern are used in floral arrangements.
The stems of this fern can be woven together to make mattings, fish-traps, chair seats, walls, pouches, caps, and ropes. The book is out of copyright and can be legally downloaded from the Internet.
Flora of Zimbabwe: Species information: Dicranopteris linearis
If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment. The lanthanum has been observed to have a similar coordination structure to a sandwich-type lanthanide complex “double decker sandwich structured La-substituted chlorophyll a”with the La surrounded by eight nitrogen atoms from two porphyrin rings with an average La-N bond length of 2. Dicranopteris linearis Dicranopteris linearis x – k – jpg www2. Gleicheniaceae is an old, rather isolated family, perhaps dating back to the Carboniferous, comprising 5 genera.
There are citation in web searches related to Dicranopteris linearis Burm. In Malaysia leaf extracts were found to possess antinociceptive, anti-inflammatory, antistaphylococcal and antipyretic activities with the methanolic extracts as the most potent among the extracts.
It is very common in Singapore and is usually found growing in forest edges, gaps and more open areas of forests. Its quick establishment helps to prevent landslides on cleared slopes but at the same time can make it a noxious weed.