Dicranopteris linearis. Photo: Petra Ballings Vumba, Jevington road. Dicranopteris linearis. Photo: Bart Wursten Aberfoyle, Honde Valley. The plant can spread rapidly and is used in soil stabilization schemes. Known Hazards. In places where the plant’s habitat has been burned over, the stiff, erect . Description. Rhizome widely creeping, glabrous at maturity. Fronds spaced apart. Stipe up to 1 m long, golden brown, glabrous. Lamina times dichotomously.
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This hardy species can grow well in nutrient-depleted soils. Chemical and chemotaxonomical studies on Dicranopteris species. Tropical Plants Database, Ken Fern.
Fronds — mm long. Dicranopteris linearis occurs from sea-level up to m altitude on open and shaded slopes, roadsides, in humid montane forests, evergreen bushland and secondary woods. As Dicranopteris linearis linearis. Lack of antimicrobial activities of Dicranopteris linearis extracts and fractions. Beitrag zur Flora von Angola. The lanthanum has been observed to have a similar coordination structure to a sandwich-type lanthanide complex “double decker sandwich structured La-substituted chlorophyll a”with the La surrounded by eight nitrogen atoms from two porphyrin rings with an average La-N bond length of 2.
Dicranopteris linearis – Useful Tropical Plants
Effects of the extract of Dicranopteris linearis on seed germination and seedling growth of selected common weeds in Malaysia. Citation in scholarly articles. Its leaves are short-lived but slow to decompose, even under high temperature and rainfall conditions.
A preliminary review of the North American Gleicheniaceae. New fern unfolding Photograph by: African Study Monographs 20 1: Dicranopteris linearis Dicranopteris linearis – sporangia This page was last modified on 13 Aprilat Rachis bud with pseudostipules and bases of accessory leaflets. Two-celled hairs are frequent.
Locally it will remain of importance as a fibre source but no new developments are foreseen. Pages – The genus Dicranopteris comprises c.
Distinguished from the distinctly related New Zealand species of Sticherus C.
By the time the young plants can stand exposure to direct sunlight, the fern leaves have wilted and shed their foliage. Flora of Tropical East Africa. This page was last edited on 29 Aprilat New growth Photograph by: They are quite resistant to salt water and therefore the fern is widely used in the construction of fish-traps where the stems last for about two years.
Together with Shorea leaves the leaves are used to treat itching caused by stinging hairs of Urticaceae. At the beginning of the 20th Century, Peninsular Malaysia exported vigorous stems of D. Dicranopteris linearis Dicranopteris linearis x – 65k – jpg www.
In DR Congo the leaf axes are used to make a basket-type trap for fishes and are plaited for the construction of local beds. Presl and Gleichenia J. Stipes glaucous-brown to pale brown, persistent when dead, glabrous, terminated by a bud.
It is well adapted to soils poor in phosphorus. It is questioned whether D. Now containing plants. Rhizome widely creeping, glabrous at maturity. Dicranopteris linearis Dicranopteris linearis x – 22k – jpg comfsm.