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Thelypteris subg. Amauropelta (Thelypteridaceae) da Estação Ecológica do Panga, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, Brasil

Adriana A. Arantes, Jefferson Prado and Marli A. Ranal
Rodriguésia
Vol. 59, No. 1 (2008), pp. 201-208
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23499385
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Thelypteris subg. Amauropelta (Thelypteridaceae) da Estação Ecológica do Panga, Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, Brasil
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Abstract

O presente trabalho apresenta o tratamento taxonômico para as espécies de Thelypteris subgênero Amauropelta que ocorrem na Estação Ecológica do Panga. Thelypteridaceae mostrou-se uma das mais representativas da pteridoflora local, com 14 espécies de Thelypteris segregadas em quatro subgêneros (Amauropelta, Cyclosorus, Goniopteris e Meniscium). Na área de estudo, o subgênero Amauropelta está representado por quatro espécies, Thelypteris heineri, T. mosenii, T. opposita e T. rivularioides. São apresentadas descrições, chave para identificação das espécies, comentários, distribuição geográfica e ilustrações dos caracteres diagnósticos. This paper provides the taxonomic treatment for the species of Thelypteris subgenus Amauropelta in the Ecological Station of Panga. Thelypteridaceae is one of the richest families in the area, with 14 species of Thelypteris segregated in four subgenera (Amauropelta, Cyclosorus, Goniopteris, and Meniscium). In the area the subgenus Amauropelta is represented by four species, Thelypteris heineri, T. mosenii, T. opposita, and T. rivularioides. Descriptions, identification key, comments, geographical distribution and illustrations of diagnostic characters of the species are presented.

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