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heletso : fern (n.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: helecho: fern ]

Derivatives of heletso

n. (plant)1. fernany of numerous flowerless and seedless vascular plants having true roots from a rhizome and fronds that uncurl upward; reproduce by spores.
~ pecopterisCarboniferous fossil fern characterized by a regular arrangement of the leaflets resembling a comb.
~ nonflowering plant, pteridophyteplants having vascular tissue and reproducing by spores.
~ fern seedthe asexual spore of ferns that resembles dust; once thought to be seeds and to make the possessor invisible.
~ film fern, filmy fernany fern of the genus Hymenophyllum growing in tropical humid regions and having translucent leaves.
~ bristle fern, filmy fernany fern of the genus Trichomanes having large pinnatifid often translucent fronds; most are epiphytic on tree branches and twigs or terrestrial on mossy banks.
~ osmund, flowering fernany fern of the genus Osmunda: large ferns with creeping rhizomes; naked sporangia are on modified fronds that resemble flower clusters.
~ crape fern, leptopteris superba, prince-of-wales feather, prince-of-wales fern, prince-of-wales plume, todea superbaNew Zealand with pinnate fronds and a densely woolly stalks; sometimes included in genus Todea.
~ crepe fern, king fern, todea barbarafern of rain forests of tropical Australia and New Zealand and South Africa.
~ curly grass, curly grass fern, schizaea pusillarare small fern of northeastern North America having numerous slender spiraling fronds and forming dense tufts.
~ anemia adiantifolia, pine fernfern of Florida and West Indies and Central America with rhizome densely clad in grown hairs.
~ climbing fernany of several ferns of the genus Lygodium that climb by twining.
~ mohria caffrorum, scented fernsweetly scented African fern with narrow bipinnate fronds.
~ aquatic fern, water fernferns that grow in water.
~ adder's tongue, adder's tongue fernferns with fertile spikes shaped like a snake's tongue.
~ grape ferna fern of the genus Botrychium having a fertile frond bearing small grapelike clusters of spore cases.
~ flowering fern, helminthostachys zeylanicaAustralasian fern with clusters of sporangia on stems of fertile fronds.
~ class filicinae, class filicopsida, filicinae, filicopsidaferns.
~ diplopterygium longissimum, giant scrambling fernlarge scrambling fern forming large patches to 18 feet high; Pacific region and China.
~ fan fern, gleichenia flabellata, sticherus flabellatus, umbrella fernlarge Australasian fern with fanlike repeatedly forked fronds; sometimes placed in genus Gleichenia.
~ polypodyany of numerous ferns of the genus Polypodium.
~ aglaomorpha meyeniana, bear's-paw fernepiphytic fern with large fronds; Taiwan and Philippines.
~ strap fernfern with long narrow strap-shaped leaves.
~ drynaria rigidula, basket ferngiant epiphytic or lithophytic fern; Asia to Polynesia and Australia.
~ lecanopterisany of several bizarre ferns of the genus Lecanopteris having swollen hollow rhizomes that provide homes for symbiotic ants.
~ microgramma-piloselloides, snake polypodyepiphytic ferns with long rhizomes; tropical America.
~ climbing bird's nest fern, microsorium punctatumtropical Africa to Australasia and Polynesia.
~ golden polypody, phlebodium aureum, polypodium aureum, rabbit's-foot fern, serpent ferntropical American fern with brown scaly rhizomes cultivated for its large deeply lobed deep bluish-green fronds; sometimes placed in genus Polypodium.
~ staghorn fernany of various tropical ferns of the genus Platycerium having large flat lobed fronds often resembling the antlers of a stag.
~ cyclophorus lingua, felt fern, pyrrosia lingua, tongue ferneast Asian fern having fronds shaped like tongues; sometimes placed in genus Cyclophorus.
~ solanopteris bifrons, potato fernsmall epiphytic fern of South America with tuberous swellings along rhizomes.
~ grass fern, vittaria lineata, ribbon fernepiphytic fern found in lowland forests of tropical America.
~ spleenwortany of various chiefly rock-inhabiting ferns of the genus Asplenium.
~ asplenium nidus, bird's nest ferntropical Old World or Australian epiphytic fern frequently forming tufts in tree crotches.
~ asplenium scolopendrium, phyllitis scolopendrium, hart's-tongue, hart's-tongue fernEurasian fern with simple lanceolate fronds.
~ asplenium ceterach, ceterach officinarum, scale fern, scaly fernsmall European fern with chaffy leathery fronds.
~ asplenium nigripes, schaffneria nigripes, scolopendrium nigripesa fern of the genus Schaffneria.
~ scolopendriuma fern thought to resemble a millipede.
~ hard fernany of several ferns of the genus Blechnum.
~ doodia, rasp fernany fern of the genus Doodia having pinnate fronds with sharply dentate pinnae.
~ chain ferna fern of the genus Woodwardia having the sori in chainlike rows.
~ tree fernany of numerous usually tropical ferns having a thick woody stem or caudex and a crown of large fronds; found especially in Australia and New Zealand; chiefly of the families Cyatheaceae and Marattiaceae but some from Polypodiaceae.
~ davalliaany fern of the genus Davallia; having scaly creeping rhizomes.
~ boulder fern, dennstaedtia punctilobula, hay-scented, hay-scented fern, scented fernfern of eastern North America with pale green fronds and an aroma like hay.
~ pasture brake, pteridium aquilinum, bracken, brakelarge coarse fern often several feet high; essentially weed ferns; cosmopolitan.
~ bracken, pteridium esculentumfern of southeastern Asia; not hardy in cold temperate regions.
~ culcita dubia, false brackenresembles Pteridium aquilinum; of Queensland, Australia.
~ buckler fern, shield fernany of various ferns of the genera Dryopteris or Polystichum or Lastreopsis having somewhat shield-shaped coverings on the sori.
~ wood-fern, wood fern, woodfernany of various ferns of the genus Dryopteris.
~ athyrium filix-femina, lady fernmost widely grown fern of the genus Athyrium for its delicate foliage.
~ athyrium pycnocarpon, diplazium pycnocarpon, glade fern, narrow-leaved spleenwort, silvery spleenwortNorth American fern with narrow fronds on yellowish leafstalks.
~ cyrtomium aculeatum, polystichum aculeatum, holly ferntropical Old World fern having glossy fronds suggestive of holly; sometimes placed in genus Polystichum.
~ bladder fernany fern of the genus Cystopteris characterized by a hooded indusium or bladderlike membrane covering the sori.
~ athyrium thelypteroides, deparia acrostichoides, silvery spleenwortfern with elongate silvery outgrowths enclosing the developing spores.
~ gymnocarpium dryopteris, oak fern, thelypteris dryopterisbright blue-green fern widely distributed especially in damp acid woodlands of temperate northern hemisphere.
~ gymnocarpium robertianum, limestone fern, northern oak fernyellow-green fern of rocky areas of northern hemisphere.
~ fiddlehead, matteuccia struthiopteris, onoclea struthiopteris, ostrich fern, pteretis struthiopteris, shuttlecock ferntall fern of northern temperate regions having graceful arched fronds and sporophylls resembling ostrich plumes.
~ hart's-tongue, hart's-tongue fern, olfersia cervina, polybotria cervina, polybotrya cervinatropical American terrestrial fern with leathery lanceolate fronds; sometimes placed in genus Polybotrya.
~ bead fern, onoclea sensibilis, sensitive fernbeautiful spreading fern of eastern North America and eastern Asia naturalized in western Europe; pinnately divided fronds show a slight tendency to fold when touched; pinnules enclose groups of sori in beadlike lobes.
~ canker brake, christmas fern, dagger fern, evergreen wood fern, polystichum acrostichoidesNorth American evergreen fern having pinnate leaves and dense clusters of lance-shaped fronds.
~ holly fernany of various ferns of the genus Polystichum having fronds with texture and gloss like holly.
~ leatherleaf fern, polystichum adiantiformis, rumohra adiantiformis, ten-day fern, leather fernwidely distributed fern of tropical southern hemisphere having leathery pinnatifid fronds.
~ tectaria cicutaria, button fernJamaican fern having round buttonlike bulbils.
~ indian button fern, tectaria macrodontafern of tropical Asia having round buttonlike bulbils.
~ woodsiaany fern of the genus Woodsia.
~ oleander fern, oleandra mollis, oleandra neriiformistropical fern having leathery fronds resembling oleander; found from Asia to Polynesia.
~ sword fernany of several tropical ferns having more or less sword-shaped fronds including one from which the Boston fern developed.
~ acrostichum aureum, leather fern, golden fernstout tropical swamp fern (especially tropical America) having large fronds with golden yellow sporangia covering the undersides.
~ maidenhair, maidenhair fernany of various small to large terrestrial ferns of the genus Adiantum having delicate palmately branched fronds.
~ annual fern, anogramma leptophylla, jersey fernsmall short-lived fern of Central and South America.
~ lip fern, lipfernany of various terrestrial ferns of the genus Cheilanthes; cosmopolitan in arid and semiarid temperate or tropical regions.
~ cheilanthes gracillima, lace fernsmall tufted fern of northwestern America.
~ bamboo fern, coniogramme japonicafast-growing sturdy Japanese fern; cultivated for their attractive broad dark-green pinnate fronds.
~ rock brakedwarf deciduous lithophytic ferns.
~ doryopteris pedata, hand ferntropical American fern with coarsely lobed to palmatifid fronds.
~ cliff-brake, cliff brake, rock brakeany of several small lithophytic ferns of tropical and warm temperate regions.
~ button fern, pellaea rotundifoliafern of New Zealand and Australia having trailing fronds with dark green buttonlike leaflets.
~ pityrogramma argentea, silver fernfern of southern tropical Africa having fronds with white undersides.
~ pityrogramma calomelanos, silver ferntropical American fern having fronds with white undersides.
~ golden fern, pityrogramma calomelanos aureoflavatropical American fern having fronds with light golden undersides.
~ gold fern, pityrogramma chrysophyllafern of West Indies and South America having fronds with bright golden-yellow undersides.
~ brakeany of various ferns of the genus Pteris having pinnately compound leaves and including several popular houseplants.
~ pteris creticacultivated in many varieties as houseplants.
~ pteris multifida, spider brake, spider fernAsiatic fern introduced in America.
~ pteris serrulata, ribbon fern, spider fernfern of North Africa and Azores and Canary Islands.
~ marattia salicina, potato fernlarge Australasian evergreen fern with an edible rhizome sometimes used as a vegetable by indigenous people.
~ dryopteris thelypteris, marsh fern, thelypteris palustrisfern having pinnatifid fronds and growing in wet places; cosmopolitan in north temperate regions.
~ christellaany of several tropical ferns of the genus Christella having thin brittle fronds.
~ dryopteris oreopteris, mountain fern, oreopteris limbospermacommon European mountain fern having fragrant lemon or balsam scented fronds.
~ dryopteris noveboracensis, new york fern, parathelypteris novae-boracensisslender shield fern of moist woods of eastern North America; sometimes placed in genus Dryopteris.
~ massachusetts fern, parathelypteris simulata, thelypteris simulatadelicate feathery shield fern of the eastern United States; sometimes placed in genus Thelypteris.
~ beech fernany fern of the genus Phegopteris having deeply cut triangular fronds.