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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Species of Cyathea in America related to the western Pacific species C. All species have slender trunks that shed old petioles cleanly, inermous petioles with relatively few, ovate-lanceolate brown scales, relatively strongly dissected to tripinnate-pinnatifid laminae, and proximally positioned sori with hemitelioid indusia. Most of the remaining Neotropical species referred to as the C.
Prostitute in Tuquerres group of Cyathea vilhelmii differs from the C. These species occur at high elevations in the Andes and Central America. The group of Cyathea multiflora is heterogeneous in habit and laminar dissection but is characterized by a medial to marginal position of the sori and a preference of lower montane and lowland forests.
It includes the species allied to C. All groups may have to include species that either have different types of indusia or Prostitute in Tuquerres them in order to represent natural taxa.
Five names have been reinstated in the course of this study and replace commonly used names: Cyathea vaupensis is recognized at species level. Keys to all species are included. Alsophila, hemitelioid indusia, Neotropics, Paleotropics, provincialism, vegetative reproduction Introduction The scaly tree fern family Cyatheaceae comprises ca. They display great ecological conservatism as most species are terrestrial plants of moist forests, and are intolerant to longer periods of drought or frost.
Together with their good fossil record dating back to the lower Cretaceous they would be great study objects for retracing the evolution of the whole tropical rain forest biome. Holttum pointed out that Public opinion of online dating Cyatheaceae from the western Pacific are more closely related to South American taxa than to any other group from the Old World. He further indicated that these species, which he named the Cyathea decurrens Hook.
Both groups are characterized by the presence of hemitelioid indusia and fronds with bipinnate-pinnatifid or stronger dissection, but these characters alone have been Prostitute in Tuquerres to define only artificial groups in the family. Recent Prostitute in Tuquerres studies Conant et al. Sclephropteris WindischChristenhusz et al. While the sampling in the phylogenetic studies of Korall et Prostitute in Tuquerres. Their distant position from each other among the Neotropical species of Cyathea further fomented the disutility of indusial characters for circumscribing natural groups.
However, some natural groups, like the Cnemidaria-clade and the C. This could mean that more natural groups may be found in this alliance on the basis of morphology if additional characters are considered. In this paper I present a compendium of the species with an affinity Prostitute in Tuquerres Cyathea Prostitute in Tuquerres sensu Holttum and C. These include also species without hemitelioid indusia i.
Material of the C. Special attention was drawn to the trunk morphology. This information was obtained either personally on field trips in South America and to New Guinea, or gathered from literature and the Internet for Central American and Paleotropical species.
Terms used here largely follow Lellinger The following short glossary Prostitute in Tuquerres important terms that Prostitute in Tuquerres been devised especially for the Cyatheaceae or that are equivocal because they have been used differently in previous studies.
Costa, although it translates as midrib or midvein, refers to the main axis of the pinna, and costule is the next higher order of axis that is branching from it, irreverent from the total degree of dissection of the whole lamina. Midvein refers to the main axis on the ultimate segments, and the lateral veins branching from it are just called veins. Prostitute in Tuquerres position Prostitute in Tuquerres the sori between margins and midveins of the ultimate segments is traditionally defined by Prostitute in Tuquerres terms marginal, medial, and costal.
The last term is replaced here with the term proximal because of the abovementioned ambiguity of the stem word costa. The shape of the indusia is hemitelioid if they do not reach around the receptacles completely, as it is the case in all species studied here in detail.
Windisch further distinguished between small, usually appressed ones hemitelioid and large, arching ones flabellatebut this rarely adopted distinction is not followed here in favor of discrete measurements. All other types of indusia reach completely around the receptacles and vary in shape from disc-like discoid to shallow cups meniscoid, Prostitute in Tuquerres to deep urns urceolate, subsphaeropteroid to completely closed globes sphaeropteroid.
Results Four groups can be confidently defined based on morphology alone. The group of Cyathea decurrens contains at least eight species, which are strictly Paleotropical. The definition by Holttum is only amended here with trunk characters, which are given below.
The Prostitute in Tuquerres of Cyathea platylepis contains only two species from the Guayana Highlands. One of them, C. As in the C. The group of Cyathea vilhelmii Domin A peculiarity of these three groups is that the petioles are inermous, are shed early and cleanly, and do not form a tight fascicle around the trunk apices Fig. Thus the crosiers of the next two or three generations Prostitute in Tuquerres fronds are easily visible. The species further agree in having their sori proximal to subproximal to the midveins, and relatively small, mostly round frond scars that are remote from each other.
The group of Cyathea multiflora contains 25 species from lower elevations 0— m, rarely higher that are quite heterogenic but differ from the preceding groups in having medial Prostitute in Tuquerres marginal sori and often aculeate petioles that are either persistent or at least not cleanly shed Fig.
This group may be roughly divided between the species allied to C. Discussion The distinction of the groups of C. The split within the group of Cyathea Prostitute in Tuquerres, however, is not clear, as the example of C.
Both show the same habit in the field, including relatively small size, erect to patent, weakly arching fronds, and pale, mostly stramineous petiole scales. While they can be easily distinguished laminae hairy abaxially in C. Cyathea boryana and C. The same example nicely illustrates the affinity of the species with hemitelioid indusia to those with different indusial characters. Cyathea Prostitute in Tuquerres Domin Due to its pubescence it resembles C. Further examples in the group of C.
In the group Prostitute in Tuquerres C. A noteworthy facet is the vegetative reproduction by means of lateral buds and shoots, which occurs in the groups of Cyathea decurrens e. Such asexual reproduction is widespread in the genus Alsophila and Paleotropical species of Sphaeropteris, but Prostitute in Tuquerres rather uncommon in Cyathea. Species of the Cnemidaria clade Korall et al. Similarly, Cyathea bipinnatifida Baker Regular formation of Prostitute in Tuquerres and lateral shoots is further observed in the group of C.
Otherwise lateral buds are formed in Cyathea only when the apex has been damaged or extirpated. The age and current distribution of the genus suggest a Gondwana- centered distribution in the past or a migration of the last common ancestor between South America and Australasia across Antarctica.
It is curious in this context that all Neotropical species that bear resemblance to the C. Maybe species with closer affinities to the C. However, this possibility seems low in the current presence of an abundant tropical fern flora in this region, which is characterized by a high percentage of endemics, including Cyatheaceae. Another possibility is that the Brazilian species close to C. Some species of Cyatheaceae belonging to widespread, mainly Andean-Mesoamerican species groups, are present in southeastern Brazil e.
Their absence from the Guayana Highlands indicates that Prostitute in Tuquerres are not Gondwana relicts and probably have not originated in eastern Prostitute in Tuquerres but have colonized this area relatively recently.
Because they are not directly competing, these invading species could not have led to the extinction of putative relict species belonging to the C. The newcomers are mainly found in sunny, often disturbed habitats, Prostitute in Tuquerres the species groups treated here prefer shady conditions. A reconstruction of the timing of events that have led to the present pattern of diversity in Neotropical Cyatheaceae will only be possible if species of the Cyathea platylepis-group, which are the Neotropical group mophologically nearest to Paleotropical species of Cyathea, and a representative number of eastern Brazilian Prostitute in Tuquerres are included in phylogenetic analyses.
Systematic treatment Key to the species of the genus Cyathea 1 Sori strictly marginal on vein tips with bivalved indusia, fronds highly dissected, ultimate segments linear to filiform or narrowly cuneate, Prostitute in Tuquerres texture thin, stomata lacking Hymenophyllopsis see Christenhusz — Sori dorsal on veins, proximal to submarginal, if marginal with bivalved indusia then fronds only bipinnate and lam- inar texture coarse, stomata always present Group Prostitute in Tuquerres simply pinnate species Lehnert in prep.
Group of bipinnate species Lehnert in prep. Sclephropteris Windisch — Indusia present, either scale-like hemitelioid but without cellular pattern Prostitute in Tuquerres fragmented to an irregular disc reach- ing completely around the receptacles Group of Cyathea multiflora — Sori proximal to subproximal, petioles inermous to weakly verrucate, trunks not covered in old petiole bases peti- oles may not be shed in trunkless plantspetioles not forming fascicles around trunk apices Group of Cyathea vilhelmii — Petiole scales concolorous, brown to castaneous, or weakly bicolorous with paler brown margins, petiole scurf absent or sparse, brown, paraphyses shorter to longer than the sporangia Adventitious buds on trunks only formed after injury.
Group of Cyathea platylepis — Trunk Prostitute in Tuquerres without scales except on crosiers. Regular adventitious buds on trunks in C. Group of Cyathea decurrens I. Group of Cyathea decurrens Trunks Prostitute in Tuquerres 8 m tall, slender, without old petiole bases, 3—10 —15 cm in diameter, sometimes with buds below the apex that grow into lateral branches Cyathea epaleata, C.
Spore morphology variable, exospore finely pitted or with large equatorial pores, perispore lacking, echinate Prostitute in Tuquerres baculate. Key to the species 1 Bullate squamules abaxially on midveins and costules; fronds to quadripinnate-pinnatifid Cyathea howeana — Paraphyses slender, shorter than the sporangia Cyathea alata 4 Paraphyses thick, pale, much longer than the sporangia, small appressed hairs abundant on adaxial laminar surfaces between the veins Cyathea croftii — Paraphyses slender, shorter than the sporangia, small appressed hairs lacking Cyathea Prostitute in Tuquerres 5 Indusia distinct, not hidden by Prostitute in Tuquerres sporangia Cyathea epaleata — Lamina abaxially with abundant scales, mostly flat, abaxially with long hairs; trunks without adventitious buds and lateral branches Cyathea cicatricosa 7 Paraphyses thick, pale, much longer than the sporangia, small appressed hairs abundant on adaxial laminar surfaces between the veins; trunks without adventitious buds and lateral branches Cyathea robertsiana — Paraphyses slender, shorter than sporangia, small appressed hairs lacking; trunks with adventitious Prostitute in Tuquerres and lateral branches Alsophila alata Fournier
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