Asplenium nidus

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Asplenium nidus, Gunung Kemiri, northern Sumatra

Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Polypodiales 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Tracheophyta
Divisio: Pteridophyta
Classis: Polypodiopsida
Ordo: Polypodiales

Familia: Aspleniaceae
Genus: Asplenium
Species: A. nidus
Varietas: A. n. var. curtisorum

Name[edit]

Asplenium nidus L. 1753

Synonyms[edit]

  • Aconiopteris gorgonea (Cl.) Bedd.
  • Acrostichum gorgoneum C. B. Cl.
  • Asplenium ellipticum (Fée) Copel.
  • Asplenium ficifolium Goldm.
  • Asplenium nidus var. multilobum Bailey
  • Asplenium scolopendrium Lour.
  • Asplenium simplex Mett.
  • Neottopteris elliptica Fée
  • Neottopteris mauritiana (Presl) Fée
  • Neottopteris nidus (L.) J. Sm.
  • Neottopteris orientalis Fée
  • Neottopteris ovata J. Sm.
  • Neottopteris rigida Fée
  • Neottopteris simplex (Presl) Fée
  • Neottopteris stenocarpa Fée
  • Neottopteris vulgaris J. Sm.
  • Polypodium giganteum Noronhia
  • Thamnopteris mauritiana C. Presl
  • Thamnopteris nidus (L.) C. Presl
  • Thamnopteris simplex C. Presl

Homonyms[edit]

Native distribution areas

Display the range areas:
  • Continental: Asie
      • China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Yunnan), Taiwan, Tibet, Japan, Ryukyu Isl., Philippines, Palawan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, peninsular Malaysia (throughout), Bangladesh, Singapore
  • Continental: Pacific
      • Borneo (Mt. Kinabalu, etc.), Lesser Sunda Isl. (Sumba, Bali, Lombok, Flores, Sumbawa), Thailand (widespread), Sumatra, Sulawesi, Moluccas (Seram, etc.), Solomon Isl. (Guadalcanal, Kirakira Isl., Kolombangara, Makira, Malaita, New Georgia, Ranongga, Rendova, Rennell, Santa Ysabel, Stewart Isl., Tetepare, Ulawa, Vangunu, Vella Lavella, Wagina), Bismarck Arch. (New Ireland), Santa Cruz Isl., Vanuatu, Micronesia (Sonsorol, Sorol, Yap, Ulithi, Eauripik, Woleai, Faraulap, Ifaluk, Satawal, Puluwat, Namonuito, Truk, Moen, Dublon, Tol, Pis, Nama, Losap, Namoluk, Lukunor, Satawan, Nukuoro, Kapingamarangi, Ant, Pohnpei, Pingelap, Kusaie), Palau Isl. (Kayangl, Babeldaob, Ngarakabesang, Malakal, Urukthapel, Ngeanges, Angaur), C-Tuvalu Isl., Tokelau Isl. (Swains Isl., etc.), N-Line Isl. (Palmyra, Washington), New Caledonia (incl. Loyalty Isl.), Southern Marianas (Guam, Rota Isl., Saipan, Tinian), Northern Marianas (Uracas, Maug, Asuncion, Agrigan, Pagan, Anatahan, Alamagan, Guguan, Sarigan, Farallon de Medinilla), Marshall Isl. (Ailinginae, Kwajalein, Ailinglapalap, Majuro, Arno, Jaluit), Gilbert Isl. (Tarawa), S-Cook Isl. (Mangaia, Rarotonga), Tuamotu Arch. (Arutu, Makatea, Niau, Ahii, Takaroa, Aratika, Toau, Kaukura, Katiu, Manihi, Kauehi, Rangiroa, Takapoto Atoll, etc.), Gambier Isl. (Mangareva), Austral Isl. (Rurutu, Raivavae, Tubuai, Rimatara, Rapa Iti, Marotiri), Hawaii (Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, Hawaii Isl.), Bonin Isl. (Chichijima, Keetaajima, Nakohdojima, Hahajima, Mukohjima, Imohtojima), Volcano Isl. (Iwojima, Kita-Iwojima, Minami-Iwojima), Fiji (Taveuni), Tonga (Late Isl., Tongatapu, 'Eua, Kao, Vava'u, Tafahi), Rotuma Isl., Western Samoa (Aleipata Isl., Savaii, Upolu), Henderson Isl., Society Isl. (Tahiti, Maupiti, Tupai, Tetiaroa Atoll, Mopelia Atoll, etc.), Tuvalu (Nui Atoll), Niue, American Samoa (Tutuila, Ofu, Olosega, Ta'u), Marquesas Isl. (Nuku Hiva, Ua Huka, Ua Pou, Hiva Oa, Fatu Hiva), Australia (NE-Queensland, Christmas Isl. (Austr.)), Kenya, Tanzania, Pemba Isl., Zanzibar, Comoros (Anjouan, Grande Comore)
  • Continental: Africa
      • Madagascar, Mauritius, La Runion, +Rodrigues Isl., Chagos Arch. (Diego Garcia)

References: Brummitt, R.K. 2001. TDGW – World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions, 2nd Edition

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Vernacular names[edit]

Bahasa Indonesia: Paku sarang burung
Deutsch: Nestfarn
English: Bird's-nest Fern
lea faka-Tonga: Hakato
lietuvių: Lizdinė kalnarūtė
Nederlands: Nestvaren
polski: Zanokcica gniazdowa
русский: Костенец гнездовой
suomi: Pesäraunioinen
ไทย: ข้าหลวงหลังลาย
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