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C. Christensen, 1937
Cyathea fulgens is a species of tree fern native to Cuba, Jamaica and Hispaniola. It forms part of the complex centered on Cyathea woodwardioides comprising six very similar taxa from the Greater Antilles. The other five species are Cyathea crassa, Cyathea grevilleana, Cyathea portoricensis and Cyathea tussacii. Large and Braggins (2004) note that this group is known to cross with members of the Cyathea minor complex. In the wild, C. fulgens also forms hybrids with Cyathea brooksii.
- Braggins, John E. & Large, Mark F. 2004. Tree Ferns. Timber Press, Inc., p. 133. ISBN 0-88192-630-2
- The International Plant Names Index: Cyathea fulgens
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