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  • genera of ferns and fern allies (noun.plant)
    (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more species (noun.group)
     

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    genus of Carboniferous fossil ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Hymenophyllaceae: filmy ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    bristle ferns; kidney ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Osmundaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    including some ferns sometimes placed in genus Todea (noun.plant)
     
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    a genus of delicate ferns belonging to the family Osmundaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Schizaeaceae cosmopolitan especially in tropics; small leptosporangiate ferns: curly grass fern (noun.plant)
     
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    genus of terrestrial or lithophytic ferns having pinnatifid fronds; chiefly of tropical America (noun.plant)
     
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    chiefly tropical climbing ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    African terrestrial ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    clover ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    pillworts (noun.plant)
     
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    one species of aquatic or semiaquatic fern (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Salviniaceae: water ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    a genus of fern sometimes placed in its own family Azollaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    the type genus of the fern family Ophioglossaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    grape fern; moonwort (noun.plant)
     
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    one species: terrestrial fern of southeastern Asia and Australia (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of Gleicheniaceae: leptosporangiate ferns with sessile sporangia; South Africa to Malaysia and New Zealand (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial ferns of forest margin or open ground; pantropical (noun.plant)
     
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    scandent thicket-forming ferns of Asia to western Pacific (noun.plant)
     
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    umbrella ferns; warm regions of Australia and New Zealand (noun.plant)
     
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    water ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    a genus of ferns belonging to the family Polypodiaceae and having rounded naked sori (noun.plant)
     
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    epiphytic ferns of tropical Asia (noun.plant)
     
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    epiphytic ferns of tropical America (noun.plant)
     
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    epiphytic ferns of Madagascar to tropical Asia and New Guinea (noun.plant)
     
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    large robust epiphytic ferns of tropical forest and scrub; Africa and Asia and Australia (noun.plant)
     
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    epiphytic ferns of southeastern Asia to New Guinea (noun.plant)
     
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    epiphytic ferns of tropical America and Africa (noun.plant)
     
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    tropical usually epiphytic ferns; Africa to Asia and Polynesia to Australia (noun.plant)
     
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    chiefly epiphytic tropical ferns with free veins bearing sori (noun.plant)
     
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    often epiphytic tropical Old World ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    epiphytic or lithophytic or terrestrial ferns of tropical Old World (noun.plant)
     
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    tropical American epiphytic ferns having rhizomes with tubers and roots as well as scales (noun.plant)
     
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    tropical Old World ferns having closely crowded circular sori and no indusia (noun.plant)
     
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    tropical epiphytic ferns with straplike fronds (noun.plant)
     
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    in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    classification used in some especially former systems for plants usually placed in genus Asplenium (noun.plant)
     
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    small genus of Old World ferns; superseded in some classification systems which place plants of this genus in e.g. genera Asplenium and Pleurosorus (noun.plant)
     
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    small genus comprising terrestrial ferns; found in Chile and Spain and Morocco and Australia and New Zealand (noun.plant)
     
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    one species (noun.plant)
     
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    a genus of ferns belonging to the family Polypodiaceae (in some classification systems included in genus Asplenium) (noun.plant)
     
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    in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae; terrestrial ferns of cosmopolitan distribution mainly in southern hemisphere: hard fern more.. (noun.plant)
     
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    in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae; small terrestrial colony-forming ferns of Australasia (noun.plant)
     
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    low tree ferns with large fronds; in rain forests and on lava flows of Hawaiian Islands (noun.plant)
     
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    large tropical ferns; some epiphytic climbers and some terrestrial bog ferns; Africa; Asia; Australasia (noun.plant)
     
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    in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae: chain ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Cyatheaceae: tree ferns of the tropical rain forest to temperate woodlands (noun.plant)
     
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    Old World tropical fern; in some classification systems placed directly in family Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    chiefly terrestrial ferns; in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    a genus of ferns belonging to the family Dennstaedtiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    tree ferns of temperate Australasia having bipinnatifid or tripinnatifid fronds and usually marginal sori; in some classification systems placed in fa more.. (noun.plant)
     
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    in some classification systems placed in family Cyatheaceae: ornamental tree ferns with coarse gracefully drooping fronds (noun.plant)
     
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    includes some plants usually placed in e.g. genus Dicksonia: terrestrial ferns resembling bracken; tropical America; Malaysia to Australia and Polynes more.. (noun.plant)
     
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    one species (noun.plant)
     
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    large widespread genus of medium-sized terrestrial ferns; in some classification systems placed in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    temperate and tropical lady ferns; in some classifications placed in family Polypodiaceae or in the genus Asplenium (noun.plant)
     
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    small genus of tropical Asiatic greenhouse ferns; in some classifications placed in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    chiefly small perennial rock ferns: bladder ferns; in some classifications placed in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    classification used for 5 species of terrestrial ferns usually placed in other genera (noun.plant)
     
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    one species: delicate fern of foothills of Himalayas (noun.plant)
     
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    oak ferns: in some classification systems included in genus Thelypteris (noun.plant)
     
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    tropical terrestrial shield ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    small genus sometimes included in genus Onoclea; in some classifications both genera are placed in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    genus of fern having only one species (noun.plant)
     
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    one species: sensitive fern; in some classifications included in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    tropical American ferns; usually terrestrial when young but scandent later (noun.plant)
     
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    small to medium-sized terrestrial ferns especially holly ferns; in some classification systems placed in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    leatherleaf ferns: in some classifications included in genus Polystichum (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial or epilithic ferns of tropical rain forests (noun.plant)
     
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    genus of small to medium-sized usually rock-inhabiting ferns of temperate and cold regions; in some classification systems placed in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial or less than normally scandent ferns of tropical regions of northern hemisphere (noun.plant)
     
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    large scandent ferns of southeastern Asia (noun.plant)
     
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    one species: tree fern of Central and South America (noun.plant)
     
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    one species of terrestrial ferns of New Zealand (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    or family Polypodiaceae: tropical epiphytic or terrestrial ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    tropical and subtropical Old World epiphytic or lithophytic ferns (noun.plant)
     
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    small genus of tropical ferns; sometimes placed in Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial ferns of tropical Asia and Africa (noun.plant)
     
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    cosmopolitan genus of ferns: maidenhair ferns; in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae or Adiantaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    a genus of ferns belonging to the family Pteridaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    small evergreen ferns: lipferns; in some classifications placed in family Polypodiaceae or Adiantaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial ferns of Pacific islands and Asia (noun.plant)
     
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    sometimes placed in family Polypodiaceae or Cryptogrammataceae (noun.plant)
     
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    small to medium tropical tufted ferns; sometimes placed in family Adiantaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    xerophytic ferns of South America (noun.plant)
     
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    small terrestrial ferns of Old World tropics and subtropics: clawed ferns; sometimes placed in family Cryptogrammataceae (noun.plant)
     
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    genus of chiefly small rock-loving ferns; in some classification systems it is placed in the family Polypodiaceae or Adiantaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial tropical ferns having fronds with powdery yellowish or white undersides; sometimes placed in family Polypodiaceae or Adiantaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    large genus of terrestrial ferns of tropics and subtropics; sometimes placed in family Polypodiaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Marattiaceae: ferns having the sporangia fused together in two rows (noun.plant)
     
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    one species: tree fern (noun.plant)
     
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    fairly small terrestrial ferns of tropical America (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Psilotaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Psilophytaceae: genus of small wiry herbaceous Paleozoic plants with underground rhizomes and apical sporangia (noun.plant)
     
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    type genus of the Rhyniaceae; small leafless dichotomously branching fossil plants with terminal sporangia and smooth branching rhizomes (noun.plant)
     
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    Devonian fossil plant considered one of the earliest forms of vascular land plants; similar to genus Rhynia but smaller (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    horsetails; coextensive with the family Equisetaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    type and sole genus of the Lycopodiaceae; erect or creeping evergreen plants often used for Christmas decorations (noun.plant)
     
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    type and sole genus of the Selaginellaceae; evergreen moss-like plants: spike moss and little club moss (noun.plant)
     
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    type and genus of the Isoetaceae and sole extant genus of the order Isoetales (noun.plant)
     
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    marsh ferns: in some classification systems considered part of genus Dryopteris in family Dryopteridaceae (noun.plant)
     
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    epiphytic or terrestrial ferns of America and Africa and Polynesia (noun.plant)
     
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    medium to large terrestrial ferns of tropical forests of Old World to Americas (noun.plant)
     
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    small genus of terrestrial ferns of tropical and subtropical southern hemisphere (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial ferns of Florida and West Indies to Central and South America (noun.plant)
     
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    medium to large terrestrial ferns of tropical Asia to Polynesia and Australia; naturalized in Americas (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial ferns of tropical Americas (noun.plant)
     
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    3 species of ferns formerly included in genus Dryopteris or Thelypteris (noun.plant)
     
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    terrestrial ferns of warm and tropical Asia and North America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    beech ferns: genus is variously classified: considered alternative name for genus Dryopteris or included in genus Thelypteris (noun.plant)
     

member meronym (HAS MEMBER relation)

  • (noun.plant)
    containing all the vascular plants that do not bear seeds: ferns, horsetails, club mosses, and whisk ferns; in some classifications considered a subdi more.. (noun.plant)
     
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