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1 July 2009 New Records of Polyphlebium borbonicum, an African Filmy Fern, in the New World and Polynesia
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Polyphlebium borbonicum is newly recorded in Central and South America and Easternmost Polynesia (Marquesas and Society Islands). It has been misidentified as P. diaphanum and as P. endlicherianum in the New World and in the Pacific, respectively. Polyphlebium borbonicum is distinguishable from true P. diaphanum by broader blade segments, and from true P. endlicherianum by the absence of a marginal elongate cell row of the lamina.

Atsushi Ebihara, Joel H. Nitta, David Lorence, and Jean-Yves Dubuisson "New Records of Polyphlebium borbonicum, an African Filmy Fern, in the New World and Polynesia," American Fern Journal 99(3), 200-206, (1 July 2009). https://doi.org/10.1640/0002-8444-99.3.200
Published: 1 July 2009
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