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This family contains exactly one genus, Woodwardia.

See list of 2 species in this genus

Reference: Cranfill (1993).

  • 1a. Leaves monomorphic, with 15–20 pairs of distinct, lobed leaflets; veins forming 1 row of areoles adjacent to the costae or costules
  • 1b. Leaves dimorphic, with 7–10 pairs of leaflets, the sterile leaflets more or less confluent and serrulate; veins forming 2 or more rows of areoles adjacent to the costae

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