Tectariaceae

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Tectariaceae
Tectaria crenata.JPG
Tectaria crenata
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Pteridophyta
Class: Polypodiopsida/Pteridopsida
(disputed)
Order: Polypodiales
Suborder: Polypodiineae
Family: Tectariaceae
Panigrahi
Genera

Tectariaceae is a family of Leptosporangiate ferns in the order Polypodiales. It comprises 10 genera, of which Tectaria is by far the largest. Alternatively this is treated as a subfamily of Polypodiaceae [1]

In 1990, Karl U. Kramer and coauthors treated Pleocnemia and 7 of the currently recognized genera as a subfamily of Dryopteridaceae.[2] Two other genera, Arthropteris and Psammiosorus, along with Oleandra, constituted Kramer's Oleandraceae. It is now known that Kramer's version of Dryopteridaceae is polyphyletic. Arthropteris (including Psammiosorus) lies within Tectariaceae and Tectariaceae is sister to a clade consisting of Oleandraceae, Davalliaceae, and Polypodiaceae.[3] In 2006, in a revision of fern classification, Tectariaceae was an accepted family.[4] In 2007, a molecular phylogenetic study of Dryopteridaceae included Pleocnemia and showed that it belongs in Dryopteridaceae.[5] Also in 2007, Dracoglossum was named as a new genus.[6] It has since been removed to Lomariopsidaceae.

In 2016, a cladistic analysis of Tectariaceae separated two new genera, Draconopteris and Malaifilix, from Tectaria sensu stricto. The analysis arranged the genera as follows:[7]

Tectariaceae


Pteridrys




Malaifilix



Draconopteris








Hypoderris



Triplophyllum




Tectaria




Arthropteris




References[edit]

  1. ^ Christenhusz, Maarten J. M.; Chase, Mark W. (13 February 2014). "Trends and concepts in fern classification". Annals of Botany. 113 (4): 571–594. doi:10.1093/aob/mct299. 
  2. ^ Karl U. Kramer (with Richard E. Holttum, Robin C. Moran, and Alan R. Smith). 1990. "Dryopteridaceae". pages ??. In: Klaus Kubitzki (general editor); Karl U. Kramer and Peter S. Green (volume editors) The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants volume I. Springer-Verlag: Berlin;Heidelberg, Germany. ISBN 978-0-387-51794-0
  3. ^ Eric Schuettpelz and Kathleen M. Pryer. 2007. "Fern phylogeny inferred from 400 leptosporangiate species and three plastid genes" Taxon 56(4):1037–1050. doi:10.2307/25065903 (See External links below).
  4. ^ Alan R. Smith, Kathleen M. Pryer, Eric Schuettpelz, Petra Korall, Harald Schneider, and Paul G. Wolf. 2006. "A classification for extant ferns." Taxon 55(3):705-731. doi:10.2307/25065646 (See External links below).
  5. ^ Hong-Mei Liu, Xian-Chun Zhang, Wei Wang, Yin-Long Qiu, and Zhi-Duan Chen. 2007. "Molecular Phylogeny of the Fern Family Dryopteridaceae inferred from Chloroplast rbcL and atpB genes". International Journal of Plant Sciences 168(9):1311-1323. doi:10.1086/521710
  6. ^ Maarten J.M. Christenhusz. 2007. "Dracoglossum, a new Neotropical fern genus (Pteridophyta)". Thaiszia Journal of Botany 17:1-10.
  7. ^ Liang Zhang, Eric Schuettpelz, Carl J. Rothfels, Xin-Mao Zhou, Xin-Fen Gao, and Li-Bing Zhang. 2016. "Circumscription and phylogeny of the fern family Tectariaceae based on plastid and nuclear markers, with the description of two new genera: Draconopteris and Malaifilix (Tectariaceae)". Taxon 65(4):723–738. doi:10.12705/654.3

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