En la Tabla II en general la concentracion foliar de La resulto mayor a la de Ce, siendo Dryopteris
fuscipes la excepcion mas contrastante.
fragrans Vetch Astragalus, Lathyrus, Oxytropis spp.
the fern, Gleichenia linearis; or the edible fern shoot, Dryopteris
Among nonarboreal types (NAP), Cyperaceae, Dryopteris
type, and Sphagnum, which makes its only appearance here, have high percentages in this zone.
marginalis and Epifagus virginiana, both with C-value of 8, and seven other plants with C-values of 7 were present at Eagle's Crest (Table 1).
The highest rated natives are Quercus shumardii and Carex planispicata (C = 7) and Carex conjuncta and Dryopteris
carthusiana (C = 6).
Tight fists of athyrium and dryopteris
bare their knuckles as the old foliage disintegrates.
Anatomia de seis especies de helechos del genero Dryopteris
(Dryopteridaceae) de Mexico.
And of course there are a great range of ferns that also love damp in the ground, such as Dryopteris
filix-mas, the male fern with its beautiful shuttlecock-like tufts of fresh green fronds, Osmunda regalis, the royal fern, that turns reddish brown in autumn and Athryium felix-femina, lady fern with its lacy fronds.
Their species, a lot of them being pteridophytes (Polystichum lonchitis, Criptogramma crispa, Dryopteris
filix-mas, Polystichum aculeatum), live in the holes of the blocks, ecology related with the Quaternary glaciation centred between Trevelez's Hills (eastern), and Caballo's peak (western).
feei y Dryopteris
rossii alcanzan un metro de altura.
Our common fern, Dryopteris
filix-mas, although rather coarse in appearance, is exceptionally hardy and looks particularly good growing from a rocky crevice while the evergreen Asplenium adiantum-nigrum is a fine plant all year round.