Class: Pteridopsida. Order: Polypodiales. Family: Polypodiaceae. Genus: Drynaria. Species: D. quercifolia. Common Names: Oak-leaf fern. Status: Common. Drynaria quercifolia is found in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, North America, and Africa (Khan et al., ). The rhizome of D. quercifolia can be cm. Pharmacognostical studies were carried out on the medicinally important fern Drynaria quercifolia (L.) (Polypodiaceae), which is used to cure various.

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Drynaria quercifolia

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Phymatodes brancifolia Presl Presl. Phymatodes sylvatica Schkuhr Presl. Oak Leaf Basket Fern. Overview Overview Diagnostic Diagnostic Keys. Epiphytes or lithophytes with creeping, branched, densely scaly rhizome, 0.

Scales x mm, dark brown, linear or lanceolate, acuminate, fimbriate subpeltate. Fronds dimorphic; sterile bracket fronds x cm, simple; stipe cm long, thick; lamina elliptic in outline; cordate at base, lobed; lobes x quercivolia, ovate to ovate-lanceolate, obtuse or rounded; thick coriaceous; costa and primary veins thick, raised above and below; veinlets copiously anastomosing, raised above and below; fertile fronds x cm, simply pinnate; stipe x 0.

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Growing in all vegetation types from coastal plains to forests. General description of the sites deynaria the species is found ecosystem, forest, environment or microhabitat. Also includes information referring to territorial extension of drynarla individual or group in terms of its activities feeding, mating, etc.

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Drynaria quercifolia

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Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Appendix A Classification system of ferns and lycophytes. Biology and Evolution of Ferns and Lycophytes. A classification for extant ferns. Contribution to the pteridophytic flora of India: Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, Meghalaya Desc: Technology Biodiversity in India.