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Shmakov, A. I. (2015)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Turczaninowia
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Botany, QK1-989

A new system of the family Woodsiaceae is proposed. A new genus Woodsiopsis is described and new combinations in the genera Physematium, Eriosoriopsis, and Woodsiopsis are validated. The systems of Woodsia and Eriosoriopsis are clarified and new intrageneric taxa in these genera are established.

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    • Cheilanthopsis Hieron., 1920, Notizbl. Bot. Shmakov, comb. nov. - Woodsia appalachiana T. Gard. Berlin-Dahlem, 7. 69: 409. M. C. Taylor, 1947, Amer. Fern J. 37: 88. - Holotype: Type: C. indusiosa (H. Christ) Ching “USA. West Virginia: on a mountain 4 miles north Three species in Hymalaya and SW China of Old Sweet, 14 IX 1903, Steele & Steele 306” (C. indusiosa (H. Christ) Ching, C. elongata (Hook.) (holotype - GH; isotype - MO). Copel., С. kangdingensis (H. S. Kung, L. B. Zhang Woodsiopsis cochisensis (Windham) Shmakov, & X. S. Guo) Shmakov). comb. nov. - Woodsia cochisensis Windham, 1993, Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 19: 54, fig. 7. -
    • Physematium Kaulf. 1829, Flora 12: 341. Holotype: “USA. Arizona: Cochise Co., SE wall of Type: P. molle Kaulf. Huachuca Canyon in the Huachuca Mts., ca. 2.85 Five species distributed in Central and South km SE of Blacktail Spring, 6000 ft, 31 VIII 1985, America, Africa and Madagascar. M.D. Windham (781) & G. Yatskievych” (holotype - UT; isotypes - ARIZ, ASU, MICH, UC, US).
    • Physematium angolensis (Schelpe) Shmakov, Woodsiopsis cystopteroides (Windham et Mickel) comb. nov. - Woodsia angolensis Schelpe, 1976, in Shmakov, comb. nov. - Woodsia cystopteroides Garcia de Orta, Sér. Bot. 3: 53. - Holotype: “An- Windham et Mickel, 2004, Mem. New York Bot. gola, Huíla, Lubango, Tundavala (Serra da Chela) Gard. 88: 688, fig. 325 F-H, J-K. - Type: “Mexico. ao quilòmetro 18 da escarpa rochosa junto à fends, Sinaloa: Ocurahui, Sierra Surotato. Pine Forest, 30 IV 1971 , A. Borges 131” (holotype - LISC; iso- 6000-7001 ft.; igneous rocky slope in open Pinetypes - COI, LUAI). Oak forest, 1-10 IX 1941 , Gentry 6432” (holotype - Physematium burgessiana (Gerr. ex Hook. & NY; isotypes - ARIZ, GH, MICH, PH). Baker) Shmakov, comb. nov. - Woodsia burgessi- Woodsiopsis mexicana (Fée) Shmakov, comb. ana Gerr. ex Hook. et Baker, 1866, Synopsis filicum, nov. - Woodsia mexicana Fée, 1857, Sept. Mem. 2: 48. - Woodsia montividensis (Spreng.) Hieron. Fam. Foug.: 66. - Type: “Mexico, San Angel, 1855, var. burgessiana (Gerr. ex Hook. et Baker) Schelpe, W. Schaffner 306 (?)”. 1969, J. S. Afr. Bot. 35: 138. - Type: “Natal, near the Woodsiopsis neomexicana (Windham) Shmakov, Tugela River, Gerrard & McKen s.n.” (holotype - K comb. nov. - Woodsia neomexicana Windham, 000351038; isotypes - S, SAM, TCD). 1993, Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 19: 52, fig.
    • Sect. Glabellae (Shmakov) Tzvel., 2005, Novit. Syst. Pl. Vasc., 37: 26. - Woodsia sect. Woodsia subsect. Glabellae Shmakov, 1995, Surv. Fam. Woods. Eur.: 46. - Subsect. Ilvensis Ching, 1932, Sinensia, 3, 5: 134, pro parte.
    • About 7 species distributed in the Northern Hemisphere.
    • Series Glabellae Shmakov, 2003, Pteridol. New Millennium: 54. - Fronds glabrous.
    • About 5 species, distributed in the Northern Hemisphere (W. asplenioides Rupr., W. glabella R. Br., W. hancockii Bak., W. heterophylla (Turcz. ex Fomin) Shmakov, W. pinnatifida (Fomin) Shmakov).
    • Subgen. Eriosorus (Ching) Shmakov, comb. nov. - Woodsia subgen. Eriosorus (Ching) Shmakov, 2003, Pteridol. New Millennium: 59. - Woodsia sect. Eriosorus Ching, 1932, Sinensia 3 (5): 134.
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