Cheilanthes sieberi subsp. pseudovellea H.M.Quirk & T.C.Chambers APNI*
Synonyms: Cheilanthes pseudovellea (H.M.Quirk & T.C.Chambers) D.L.Jones APNI*
Description: Rhizome short- to medium-creeping.
Fronds with rachis and rachillas with moderately dense to dense twisted hairs; pinnules with spare to dense twisted hairs on both surfaces, often denser on lower surface.
Spores large, 16 per sporangium.
Distribution and occurrence: Occurs in North and North Far Western Plains (N.S.W.); Queensland, Northern Territory and South Australia.
Grows in soil-pockets in rocky areas of arid mountain ranges.
NSW subdivisions: NWP
Other Australian states: Qld N.T. S.A.
Threatened species: NSW BCA: Endangered
Text by E.A. Brown (2004)
Taxon concept: T.C. Chambers & P.A. Farrant, Fl. Australia, vol. 48 (1998)
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