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Of South Africa. Johnson, E. R. L 1984. Taxonomic revision of lsoetes L in western Australia. J. R. Soc. W. Ausl. 66: 28-43. Karrfalt, E. , Hunter D. M. 1980. Notes on the natural history of Stylites gemmifera. Amer. Fern J. 70: 69-72. Keeley, J. E. 1982. Distribution of diurnal acid metabolism in the genus lsoeles. Amer. J. Bot 69: 254-257. Lycopodiatae • Lycopodiaceae Keeley, J. , Osmond C. , Raven J. A. 1984.. Stylites, a vascular land plant without stomata absorbs carbon dioxide via its roots.
Not solely consisting of the reflexed, ± modified leaf margin but opening towards the margin 2 20 Keys to the Families of Fern Allies and Ferns - Sporangia placed on and indusium laterally arrached to free or reticulate veins, the indusium opens laterally on the laminal surface (rarely pronouncedly towards the costa) 5 2. 119) - Veins free, or if anastomosing, without free included veinlets 3 3. alIiaceae 4 - Petiole non-articulate at the base 4. Spores monolete, with prominent perispore; petiole with two vascular bundles (except in very small species); stem scaly 5 _.
Lamina simply pinnate, free-veined Plagiogyriaceae - Lamina simple or bilobed, reticulate-veined Cheiropleuria (p. 69) 4. Veins free, also in sterile leaves 5 10 - Veins anastomosing at least in the sterile leaves 5. Fertile leaves "skeletonized", i. e. the laminal parts consisting (nearly) only of the veins 6 - Fertile leaves not "skeletonized", laminal parts present beside the veins, though sometimes reduced as compared to sterile leaves 7 6. Stem long-scandent or creeping; veins not joined by an Polybotrya (p.