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(First upload on April 1 2015. Last on March 17 2018) [ 日本語 | English ]

Nephrolepis cordifolia (L.) C. Presl






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

索引
Polypodiaceae, when not subdivided (ウラボシ科)
Davalliaceae (シノブ科) (Tagawa 1959)
Oleandraceae (ツルシダ科) (Iwatsuki 1992)

Nephrolepis Schott (タマシダ, swordfern)


N. acutifolia (Desv.) Christ (ホウビカンジュモドキ)
N. biserrata (Sw.) Schott (ホウビカンジュ)
N. brownii (Desv.) Hovenk. et Miyam. (ヤンバルタマシダ)
N. cordifolia (L.) C. Presl (タマシダ)

Southeast Asia

N. dicksonioides Christ (ナンヨウタマシダ*) (*: tentative translation)

Imported to Japan

N. exaltata (L.) Schott. (セイヨウタマシダ), used for gardening

Nephrolepis cordifolia in Japan


Tamashida (タマシダ, 玉羊歯), narrow swordfern or erect swordfern
Lifeform: evergreen fern
Distribution: Africa - east Asia (south to Izu Peninsula in Japan) - Polynesia
Habitat: sunny sites in littoral regions → pioneer after the eruption of Sakurajima
Use: gardening, as an ornamental foliage plant
Synonyms:

Nephrolepis auriculata (L.) Trimen, nom. utiq. rejic.

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[1-3] at a stone wall near Terukuni Shrine at the foot of Shiroyama nature road in Kagoshima City, southern Kyushu, on March 20 2015. [2] Adiantum capillus-veneris was also established. [4/5] in the Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho on November 24 2017.

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