Definition of Polybotrya cervina

1. Noun. Tropical American terrestrial fern with leathery lanceolate fronds; sometimes placed in genus Polybotrya.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polybotrya Cervina

Polska
Poltava
Polwarth
Polwarths
Polya's operation
Polya gastrectomy
Polyangiaceae
Polyangium
Polyanna
Polyborus
Polyborus cheriway audubonii
Polyborus plancus
Polybotria
Polybotria cervina
Polybotrya
Polybotrya cervina (current term)
Polycillin
Polycirrus
Polydactylus
Polydactylus virginicus
Polyergus
Polyergus rufescens
Polyfilla
Polygala
Polygala alba
Polygala lutea
Polygala paucifolia
Polygala senega
Polygala vulgaris

Literary usage of Polybotrya cervina

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1. Expedition of the California Academy of Sciences to the Galapagos Islands by California Academy of Sciences (1912)
"... Polybotrya cervina, Polypodium aureum, Trichomanes crispum, and T. elegans. Also- phila armata is the only tree-fern found on the island. ..."

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