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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. A taxonomic treatment for the 17 species of Elaphoglossum sect. Setosa found in Brazil is presented. The species of this section are recognized by the presence of subulate scales and hydathodes on adult leaves, or if hydathodes apparently absent, the leaves less than 10 cm long and spathulate. Several species are also characterized by the presence of minute glandular hairs on petioles and laminae.
In Brazil, the group is most diverse in the mountains of southeastern Brazil, where the species grow in a variety of habitats, from deeply shaded riverbeds to partially sunny road banks. Elaphoglossum boragineum , E. Additionally, misapplied names that have long been used in the literature and herbarium specimens, such as E. We provide identification keys, descriptions, synonyms, comments, line drawings, spore images, distribution maps, and an index of herbarium vouchers to all species accepted in this treatment.
Lectotypes are designated for Acrostichum alpestre, A. A neotype is designated for A. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Alston, A. The Brazilian species of Elaphoglossum. Boletim da Sociedade Broteriana 1— Alves, R. In: R. Castro eds. Baker, J. Acrostichum L. In: C. Martius and A. Eichler eds. Flora Brasiliensis, v. Fleischer, Leipzig. Brade, A.
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