Pyrrosia subfurfuracea (Hook.) Ching

Family

Polypodiaceae

Nomenclature

Pyrrosia subfurfuracea (Hook.) Ching, Bull. Chin. Bot. Soc. 1: 68. 1935; C.Chr. & Tardieu, Not. Syst. (Paris) 8: 206. 1939; Tardieu & C.Chr., Fl. Indo-Chine 7(2): 512. 1941; Hovenkamp, Leiden Bot. Ser.: 256. 1986.

Polypodium calvatum Baker, J. Bot. 17: 304. 1879. – Nipholobus calvatus (Baker) Diels, Bot. Jahrb. 29: 207. 1900. – Cyclophorus calvatus (Baker) C.Chr., Ind. Fil.: 198. 1906. – Pyrrosia calvata (Baker) Ching, Bull. Chin. Bot. Soc. 1: 68. 1935; C.Chr. & Tardieu, Not. Syst. (Paris) 8: 204. 1939; Tardieu & C.Chr., Fl. Indo-Chine 7(2): 509. 1941.

Nipholobus bonii Christ ex Giesenh., Nipholobus: 120. 1901. – Cyclophorus bonii (Christ ex Giesenh.) C.Chr., Ind. Fil.: 198. 1906. – Pyrrosia bonii (Christ ex Giesenh.) Ching, Bull. Chin. Bot. Soc. 1: 67. 1935; C.Chr. & Tardieu, Not. Syst. (Paris) 8: 204. 1939; Tardieu & C.Chr., Fl. Indo-Chine 7(2): 510. 1941.

Distribution in Laos

Savannakhet, Xieng Khouang.

Wider Distribution

Bhutan, India, China, Laos, Vietnam.

Ecology

Lithophytic, often on calcareous rocks at low to high altitude.

Proposed IUCN Conservation Assessment

Least Concern (LC). This species is widespread and not under any known threat.

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