Hemidictyum marginatum is characterized by elongate sori each with a single lateral indusium and anastomosing veins with a submarginal collecting vein. The large 1-pinnate leaves and pinnae with clasping bases are also characteristic. Formerly often considered to be closely related to Diplazium and the other Athyrioid ferns, molecular evidence supports Hemidictyum as sister to the Aspleniaceae. [Syst Biol (2012) 61 (3): 490-509. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/sys001]
Collection Data (M. Sundue 3320)
Classification & Common Names
- Class: Polypodiopsida
- Family: Hemidictyaceae
- Genus: Hemidictyum C. Presl
- Species: Hemidictyum marginatum (L.) C. Presl
- Common name(s):
General Collection Data
- Date: 10-IX-2012
- Primary Collector & #: M. Sundue 3320
- Collection Party: M. Sundue, J. Betancur, P. Pedraza, G. Giraldo, M. Jaimes, E. Tineo, M. Londono, A. Duque, L. Arias
- Det. History: M. Sundue
- Habitat: Primary Forest
- Specimen Locations: COL, NY, VT
- Location: Parque Nacional Natural Las Orquideas – – Frontino – Antioquia – Colombia.
- Coordinates: 6°38'20.7"N, 76°12'30.1"W
Another family. Great. The map is not loading when I look at the post. Maybe it will work if you change the coordinates to decimal form (6.639083, -76.208361).
It didn’t load because I forgot to add it!