In Vietnam, Fern (Gleichenia linearis) is one of mulch materials for tea cultivation brings positive benefits such as moisturizing, protecting the. Gleichenia linearis (Burm. f.) C.B. Clarke. M Gleichenia linearis (Burm. f.) C.B. Clarke is a synonym of Dicranopteris linearis (Burm. f.) Underw. This name is a. Gleichenia linearis (Burm.) Published in: Trans. Linn. Soc. London, Bot. source: Catalogue of Life. Synonym of Dicranopteris linearis.


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Dicranopteris linearis var. linearis | New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

In New Zealand known only from the North Island, where it grows on geothermally heated ground gleichenia linearis Rotorua to Karapiti near Taupo Habitat In New Zealand confined to geothermally active sites where it grows on heated soils, sinter field, and around gleichenia linearis, hot pools, and steam vents.

Fronds up to 0.

Plant used as antiasthmatic. In Indo-China, used as antihelmintic.

Gleichenia linearis of pulasan Nephelium mutabile are boiled with G linearis and used for bathing feverish patients. Used for bloody diarrhea.


In east New Britain, bound externally gleichenia linearis wounds, cuts and sores. In India, young leaves mixed with cow milk used for seven days to remove sterility in women. In Malaysia, crushed leaves used as poultice to control gleichenia linearis juice of leaves used in baths for fever.

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In most cases, the first name takes priority gleichenia linearis is gleichenia linearis to be the valid or accepted name. In most cases, the first name takes priority and is considered to be the valid or accepted name.

The leaves die and the stems are very slow to decompose, so the network persists.