A re-examination of the genus Cheilanthes (Adiantaceae) in Australia

@article{Chambers1991ARO,
  title={A re-examination of the genus Cheilanthes (Adiantaceae) in Australia},
  author={T. Carrick Chambers and Penelope Farrant},
  journal={Telopea},
  year={1991},
  volume={4},
  pages={509-557}
}
509 Chambers, T.C & Farrant, P.A. (Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, NSW. Australia) 2000) 1991. A re-examination of the genus Cheilanthes (Adiantaceae) in Australia. Telopea 4(3): 509-557. The taxonomy of the Australian species of Cheilanthes has been further revised following the availability of a much greater number of specimens, especially from northern Australia, since the revision of this genus in Australia by Quirk et al. in 1983. We describe one new species (C adiantoides) and recognise 14… Expand
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