Tectaria coadunata (Wall. ex Hook. & Grev.) C. Chr., Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 26(6): 331 331 1931. (syn: Aspidium apiifolium Schkuhr (ambiguous synonym); Aspidium christii (Copel.) C.Chr.; Aspidium cicutarium var. coadunata (J.Sm.) Haines; Aspidium cicutarium subsp. coadunatum (Wall. ex Hook. & Grev.) C. Chr.; Aspidium coadunatum (J.Sm.) Christ (ambiguous synonym); Aspidium coadunatum Wall. (ambiguous synonym); Aspidium kwanonense Hayata; Aspidium macrodontum (Fée) Ching; Aspidium pinfaense Christ; Microbrochis apiifolia (Schkuhr) C.Presl; Nephrodium apiifolium (Schkuhr) Hook. & Arn.; Nephrodium cicutarium var. coadunatum (J.Sm.) C.B.Cl.; Pleocnemia kwangtungensis (Ching) Ching; Sagenia apiifolia (Schkuhr) Christ; Sagenia coadunata J.Sm.; Sagenia dilacerata Moore; Sagenia gigantea Bedd. (ambiguous synonym); Sagenia intermedia J.Sm.; Sagenia macrodonta Fée; Sagenia platyphylla J.Sm.; Sagenia variolosa Bedd; Tectaria apiifolia (Schkuhr) Copel.; Tectaria christii Copel.; Tectaria coadunata (J.Sm.) Raizada & N.P.Chowdhury; Tectaria coadunata var. elongata Kholia; Tectaria coadunata var. hirsuta Holtt.; Tectaria consimilis Ching & Chu H.Wang; Tectaria hippocrepis Copel.; Tectaria kwangtungensis Ching; Tectaria macrodonta (Fée) C. Chr.; Tectaria periya B.K.Nayar & Geev.);
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This is Tectaria sps.
This is Tectaria coadunata. Could people please say where from when sending photos? – give the State. Tamhini Ghat will simply not be known to the vast bulk of people (like unlocatable herbarium specimens which just say “Flora of …” and instead of giving the State, they give the name of some obscure nature-reserve or Wild-life Sanctuary, which will not be on any map!).
The photographs are of Tectaria coadunata.
ANSEPT13/13 Fern for identification : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Date: August 2015
Tectaria coadunata – veins anastomosing all over. Why the sori seem to want to be so towards the margin, I’m not sure. Weren’t there any plants with sori more spread out?
Thank you … I did check the 5 plants in the immediate area for mature sori in the older parts of the plants and the distribution of sori was a constant.
SK1359 07 AUG 2018 : 11 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Location: Nagarkot, Nepal
Altitude : 6000 ft.
Date: 18 July 2018
Habit : Wild
Poor photos of a small specimen of another abundantly common and well known species, page 549, photo on bottom right, Indian Checklist 2.
This is Tecteria paradoxa.
Thank you …! Is it listed in Nepal ?
It might be Tectaria coadunata.
Thank you all. I guess Tectoria coadunata (Wall.ex.J.Sm.) C.Chr seems the correct ID.
Nepali Name : कालो निउरो Kaalo Niuro
Tamhini ghat near Pune, MH :: Fern for ID :: ARK2019-73 : 12 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
This fern was seen next to a waterfall in the Tamhini ghat near Pune, MH in Aug 2019.
Is it possible to ID.
Compare with Tactaria sp.
I guess you are right … Tectaria sp.
Thanks … There is a posting of T. coadunata from Tamhini ghat (!) on efi
Tectaria, looks like T. multicaudata, but for all Tectaria need to see the stipe with scales and a close-up of the venation.
Or T. coadunata – need veins.
Thanks … Attached are cropped pics. Would this help?
Ah yes, it does help – as we can now see the veins clearly, sorry I didn’t think to do that myself. Being a bit slow on the laptop there! I think the venation is like T. coadunata, as far as I know, but Dr. S.Y. Dong in Guangzhou, China, would be the best person to ask. E-mail me and I’ll send you his e-mail address
Tectaria coadunata SN28420a : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1) – 4 mb.
Yes, but the authorities for T. coadunata are (J.Sm.) C.Chr. – Riazada & Chowdhury merely created an isonym due to lack of familiarity with the subject and the ICBN, and also had the wrong basionym as Aspidium coadunatum Wall. ex Hook. & Grev, was a later homonym of Kaulfuss. But John Smith legitimised it as Sagenia coadunata in 1842.
Tectaria multicaudata ??: 3 images.
Date/Time-15 Jan 2022
Location- South Western Maharashtra in w. ghat hills.
Habitat- Wild-Lithophytic, in a waterfall, in moist, shady conditions.
Plant Habit- Herb. Single.
Leaves- venation is showing partly anastomosing veins forming narrow areoles immediately beside costae, without included free veinlets in areoles. (please correct me if I am wrong)
Tectaria coadunata – rather poor material.