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Details for: Dryopteris filix-mas

Source: Christenhusz, M. & Raab-Straube, E. von (2013): Polypodiopsida. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Dryopteris filix-mas (L.) Schott
Nomencl. ref.: Gen. Fil.: t. 9. 1834
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Pteridophytina B. Boivin
               Class - Polypodiopsida Cronquist & al.
                    Subclassis - Polypodiidae Cronquist & al.
                         Ordo - Polypodiales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Dryopteridaceae Herter
                                   Genus - Dryopteris Adans.
                                       
Basionym: Polypodium filix-mas L.
Homotypic synonyms: Aspidium filix-mas (L.) Sw.
Lastrea filix-mas (L.) C. Presl
Nephrodium filix-mas (L.) Rich.
Polypodium filix-mas L.
Polystichum filix-mas (L.) Roth
 
Common names: Echt-Wurmfarn (German), Fougère mâle (French), Male-fern (English), Polystic (French), Raithneach mhadra (Irish Gaelic), Almindelig Mangeløv (Danish), dentabrón (Galician), dentabron (Spanish, Castillian), dentabrón (Spanish, Castillian), dentabrú (Galician), dentabrún (Galician), dentabrura (Portuguese), dentebrum (Galician), dentebrum (Portuguese), dentebrura (Galician), dentebrura (Portuguese), Erdei pajzsika (Hungarian), falaguera (High Aragonese), falaguera (Valencian), falaguera mascle (Catalan), falguera (Catalan), falguera (Majorcan), falguera (Spanish, Castillian), falguera de jardí (Catalan), falguera mascle (Catalan), falsia mascle (Catalan), falzia mascle (Catalan), falzilla mascle (Catalan), feito (Portuguese), feito macho (Portuguese), felce (High Aragonese), Felce maschio (Italian), felces (Aragonese), felgo (Galician), felgo macho (Galician), felgo macho (Portuguese), felza (Aragonese), fenta (Galician), fentanha macha (Portuguese), fentanha-macha (Galician), fentanha-macha (Portuguese), fento macho (Galician), fento macho (Portuguese), fento-macho (Portuguese), Ferigă (Roumanian), feto (Portuguese), feto macho (Galician), feto macho (Portuguese), feto-macho (Galician), feto-macho (Portuguese), fieito macho (Galician), fieito macho (Portuguese), Fieri mashkull (Albanian), foguera (Catalan), foguera de jardí (Catalan), folgueira (Galician), folgueira da raposa (Galician), Fougère mâle (French), fouguera mascle (Catalan), Gemeiner Wurmfarn (German), Gewöhnlicher Wurmfarn (German), h.elecha (Asturian), helecho (Spanish, Castillian), helecho macho (Aragonese), helecho macho (Spanish, Castillian), iratze arra (Euskera), iratze-ar (Euskera), iratzearra (Euskera), iratze-arra (Euskera), iriarr (Euskera), iziarr (Euskera), iziarra (Euskera), iztarro (Euskera), kapraď samec (Czech), kelminis parpartis (Lithuanian), kivikkoalvejuuri (Finnish), lafaleita (Spanish, Castillian), Maarja-sõnajalg (Estonian), Männerfarn (German), Mannetjesvaren (Dutch), Männlicher Wurmfarn (German), Marchredynen Wryw (Welsh), melnā ozolpaparde (Latvian), navadna glistovnica (Slovene), Nerecznica samcza (Polish), ormetelg (Norwegian), Papraď samčia (Slovak), polypodio-feto-macho (Portuguese), portaestandartes (Spanish, Castillian), rebeirinho (Portuguese), ribeirinho (Portuguese), stóriburkni (Icelandic), šumska paprat (Croat), träjon (Swedish), vīrpaparde (Latvian), мужской папоротник (Russian), Мъжка дриоптерис (Bulgarian), Навала (Serbian), Әркәк айыдөшәйи (Azerbaijan), Феригэ комунэ (Moldovian), чоловiча папороть (Ukraine), щитник чоловiчий (Ukraine), щитовник мужской (Russian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) ?Ag Al Ar Au(A L) Be(B L) BH -Bl Bl(M) Br Bu By Cg Co -Cr Cs Ct Da Es Fa Fe Ga(C F M) Ge Gg(D) Gr Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A S) Hu Is It La Lt Lu Ma Mk Mo No Po Rf(C CS E N NW S) Rm -Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Su ?Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K U)


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