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Phialopteris Heterophylla (Sternberg Ex Göppert, 1836) Comb. Nov., A Rare Schizaeaceous Fern from the Early Jurassic Of Bavaria

References Achilles, H. (1981): Die rätische und liassische Mikroflora Frankens. - Palaeontographica, Abt. B, 179: 1-86. Axsmith, B. J. (2009): A new Cynepteris from the Upper Triassic of Arizona: potential implications for the early diversification of schizaealean ferns. - International Journal of Plant Sciences, 170(5): 657-665. https://doi.org/10.1086/597782 Bowman, V. C., Francis, J. E., Askin, R. A., Riding, J. B., Swindles, G. T. (2014): Latest Cretaceous - earliest Paleogene vegetation and climate change

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Fern spore viability considered in relation to the duration of the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) impact winter. A contribution to the discussion

REFERENCES ATKINSON L.R. 1960. The Schizaeaceae: the gametophyte of Mohria . Phytomorphology, 10(1): 351–367. BALME B.E. 1995. Fossil in situ spores and pollen grains: an annotated catalogue. Rev. Paleobot. Palynol., 87(2–4): 81–323. BALLESTEROS D., ESTRELLES E., WALTERS C. & IBARS A.M. 2012. Effects of temperature and desiccation on ex situ conservation of nongreen fern spores. Am. J. Bot., 99(4): 721–729. BARDEEN C.G., GARCIA R.R., TOON O.B. & CONLEY A.J. 2017. On transient climate change at the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary due to

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Distribution, abundance and environmental conditions of the clonal aquatic fern Salvinia natans (L.) All. in the Vistula delta (Baltic Sea Region)

. Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater. 1368 pp. Am. Publ. Health Ass., Washington. Gałka A. & Szmeja J. 2012 (in press). Phenology of the aquatic fern Salvinia natans (L.) All. in the Vistula Delta in the context of climate warming. Limnologica. Glimn-Lacy J. & Kaufman P. B. (eds.). 2006. Botany Illustrated. Introduction to plants. Major groups. Flowering plants families. 278 pp. Springer Groups. Howard G. W. & Harley K. L. S. 1998. How do floating aquatic weeds affect wetland conservation and

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Edge effects on understory epiphytic ferns and epiphyllous bryophytes in moist afromontane forests of Ethiopia

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Most studies on edge effects in tropical forests have been conducted in landscapes with low human population density and in situations where the edges have been left unused after logging of the adjacent area. Here we studied forest margins heavily used by local farmers in a forest/agriculture mosaic landscape in Ethiopia. We compared forest structure and plant species composition across 41 forest-agriculture ecotones from 200 m out into the agricultural area to 200 m into the forest. There are strong edge effects from the edge and into the forest on canopy cover and number of stumps and apparently these forest-agricultural edges are intensively used by humans. They are penetrated by paths, beehives are found in the trees, timber of various dimensions is harvested and there is sometimes substantial cover of perennial wild (or semi-wild) crops such as coffee and spices. The number of understory epiphytic fern species as well as number of epiphyllous (i.e., growing on leaves) bryophyte species was lower at 20 m than at 75 m from the edge. The number of fern species was higher in newly created edges and thereafter they declined, which indicates an extinction debt. This pattern was not seen for the epiphyllous bryophytes. It is likely that different human management activities are responsible for many of the found edge effects besides wind and sun effects from the edge. Tropical forest margins provide important resources for people in many landscapes. It is important to understand how such use affects the biota of the forests. This study shows that there are substantial edge effects, but that the edge effects do not seem to become worse over time for epiphyllous bryophytes and only slightly so for ferns.

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The distribution of Salvinia natans (L.) All. in the Odra and the Oława River valleys in Wrocław area (Poland)

& E. S zopińska (eds.). Leksykon zieleni Wrocławia. 960 pp. Via Nova, Wrocław. G ałka A. & S zmeja J. 2012. Distribution, abundance and environmental conditions of the clonal aquatic fern Salvinia natans (L.) All. in the Vistula delta (Baltic Sea Region). Biodiv. Res. Conserv. 28: 45 - 53. G ałka A. & S zmeja J. 2013. Phenology of the aquatic fern Salvinia natans (L.) All. in the Vistula Delta in the context of climate warming. Limnol. 43: 100-105. H erzog R. 1938. Geographische Verbreitung der Gattungen Salvinia und Azolla

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Habitat preferences of royal fern Osmunda regalis L. in the ‘Baszków’ nature reserve

). Multico Oficyna Wydawnicza, Warszawa. Ratyńska H., Wojterska M., Brzeg A., Kołacz M. 2011. Multimedialna encyklopedia zbiorowisk roślinnych Polski. NFOŚiGW, UKW, IETI. Rostański A., Cabała S. 2008. New localities of the royal fern Osmunda regalis L. near Koszęcin in Upper Silesia (Southern Poland). In: Club mosses, horsetails ferns in Poland - resources protection (eds.: E. Szczęśniak, E. Gola), Polish Botanical Society, Institute of Plant Biology, University of Wrocław, Wrocław, 139-146. Rutkowski P. 1999. Stanowiska

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Fungal associations in gametophytes and young sporophytic roots of the fern Nephrolepis exaltata

References Berch, M., Kendrick, B., 1982: Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae of Southern Ontario ferns and fern-allies. Mycologia 74, 769-776. Boullard, B., 1979: Consideration sur la symbiosefongique chez les Pteridophytes. Syllogeus 19, 1-59. Bower, F. O., 1923: The ferns, 1. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Cambie, R. C., Ash, J., 1994: Fijian medicinal plants. CSIRO, Canberra, Australia. Campbell, D. H., 1908: Symbiosis in

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Long time no see – rediscovery of peculiar ephemeral fern Anogramma leptophylla (L.) Link in Croatia

., 1985: Flora of FR Macedonia. 1/1, 52. Makedonska akademija na naukite umetnostite, Skopje (in Macedonian). Molnár, C., Baros, Z., Pintér, I., Türke, I. J., Molnár, A., Sramkó, G., 2008: Remote, inland occurrence of the oceanic Anogramma leptophylla (L.) Link (Pteridaceae: Taenitidoideae) in Hungary. American Fern Journal 98/3, 128-138. Nakazato, T., Gastony, G. J., 2003: Molecular phylogenetocs of Anogramma species and related genera (Pteridaceae: Taenitioideae). Systematic Botany 28, 490-502. Nikolić, T. (ed.), 2016

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Botrychium matricariifolium, a new fern species for the flora of Montenegro

. Braunex w. D. J. Koch in Hungary. Acta Botanica Hungarica 51, 99-104. EURO+MED, 2006: Euro+Med PlantBase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity. Retrieved July 5, 2014 from http://ww2.bgbm.org/EuroPlusMed FARRAR, D. R., 2006: Systematics of moonworts - Botrychium subgenus Botrychium. Retrieved July 5, from http://www.public.iastate.edu/~herbarium/botrychium/Moonwort- Systematics- June-06.pdf FARRAR, D. R., JOHNSON-GROH. C. L., 1990: Subterranean sporophytic gemmae in moonwort ferns, Botrychium subgenus Botrychium. American

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Cuticles from Pennsylvanan Marattialean Fern “Pecopteris” Polypodioides (C. Presl in Sternberg) Němejc from Pilsen Basin (Czech Republic) and Sydney Coalfield (Canada)

REFERENCES Barthel, M. 1962. Epidermisuntersuchungen an einigen inkohlten Pteridospermenblättern des Oberkarbons und Perms . Geologie11, Beiheft 33, Berlin, 140 pp. Bell, W.A. 1938. Fossil Flora of Sydney Coalfield, Nova Scotia. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 215 , 334 pp. Cleal, C.J. 2015. The generic taxonomy of Pennsylvanian age marattialean fern frond adpressions. Palaeontographica, Abt. B: Palaeobotany – Palaeophytology, 292/1-3 , 1-21. Cleal, C.J., Laveine, J.P. 1988. The juvenile frond of the Middle Carboniferous pteridosperm

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