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- (living) ferns in the order Marattiales. In the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group cl****ification of 2016 (PPG I), Marattiales is the only order in the subcl****...
- known to have given rise to tree-like forms. The two others are the Marattiales, a eusporangiate order that the extinct Psaronius evolved from, and the...
- (whisk ferns and ophioglossoid ferns) ~92 species Marattiopsida 1 order, Marattiales ~ 150 species Polypodiopsida (Filicopsida) 7 orders (leptosporangiate...
- Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated close to the southern tip of India. The invertebrate fauna is as large as it is common to other regions of the...
- EquisetaceaeHorsetails (1 genus, about 15 species) Cl**** Marattiopsida Order Marattiales, family MarattiaceaeMarattoid ferns (6 genera, about 500 species)...
- Subcl**** Marattiidae Klingemarattioid ferns; 1 extant order Order Marattiales Link – 1 extant family Subcl**** Polypodiidae Cronquist, Takht. & W.Zimm...
- cl****ification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Tracheophytes Cl****: Polypodiopsida Order: Marattiales Family: Marattiaceae Genus: Christensenia Species: C. aesculifolia Binomial...
- genera) Subcl**** Marattiidae Klinge (1 order, 1 family, 6 genera) Order Marattiales Link (1 family, 6 genera) Family Marattiaceae Kaulf (6 genera) Subcl****...
- cl****ification Kingdom: Plantae Division: Pteridophyta Cl****: Filicopsida Order: Marattiales Family: Marattiaceae Genus: Pecopteris Brongn. Species Approximately...
- eusporangiate ferns. It is the type genus of the family Marattiaceae, order Marattiales and cl**** Marattiopsida. Formerly considered to be a much larger genus...
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