Asplenium ceterach

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Asplenium ceterach


Indigenous (IN)


not endemic


For taxonomy and cytotypes see Hand (2003: 322-323). The two cytotypes described from Cyprus but not accepted here are not endemic to Cyprus (see Marchetti 2010).

Hand R. 2003: Supplementary notes to the flora of Cyprus III. - Willdenowia 33: 305-325.
Marchetti D. (ed.) 2010: Notule pteridologiche Italiche. VIII. - Ann. Mus. Civici-Rovereto 25: 103-126.


Division 1 indigenousA,B
Division 2 indigenousA,B,C,D,E
Division 3 indigenousA,C,D
Division 6 indigenousB,F
Division 7 indigenousA,B
Division 8 indigenousA
A. Meikle, R.D. 1985: Flora of Cyprus 2, B. Van den heede, C.J., Pajarón, S., Pangua, E. & Viane, R.L.L. 2002: A new species and a new hybrid of Asplenium (Aspleniaceae) from Cyprus and evidence of their origin. – Belgian J. Bot. 13: 92-116, C. Alziar, G. 2000: Compte rendu du 4ème Iter Mediterraneum. – Bocconea 11: 5-83, D. Hadjikyriakou, G. 2004: Symvoli sti meleti tis chloridas tis Kyprou [1]. – Dasoponos 20: 5-8, E. Pinter, L., Bakker, F., Barrett, J., Cox, C., Gibby, M., Henderson, S., Morgan-Richards, M., Rumsey, F., Russell, S., Trewick, S., Schneider, H. & Vogel, J. 2002: Phylogenetic and biosystematic relationships in four highly disjunct polyploid complexes in the subgenera Ceterach and Phyllitis in Asplenium (Aspleniaceae). – Organisms Diversity Evol. 2: 299-311, F. Hand, R. 2003: Supplementary notes to the flora of Cyprus III. – Willdenowia 33: 305-325

Altitudinal range

1001675 mG
G. Meikle, R.D. 1985: Flora of Cyprus 2