Hybrid Table

Hybrid ferns are named with an ‘x’ between the parent species, or with an accepted name preceded by an ‘x’. Occasionally, a hybrid may be traded under either its accepted name or its parentage. This table is designed to help identify those hybrids

GenusAccepted nameParent 1Parent 2
Adiantumx mariesiicapillis-veneris? raddianum
Adiantumx tracyialeuticumjordanii
Aspleniumx ebenoidesrhizophyllumplatyneuron
Aspleniumx lucrosumbulbiferumdimorphum
Cyrtomiumcaryotideum x falcatum
Dryopteriswallichiana x lepidopoda
Dryopterisx australiscelsaludoviciana
Dryopterisx picoensisaffinis subsp. affinisazorica
Dryopterisx slossoniae cristata marginalis
Leptopterisx intermediahymenophylloidessuperba
Polypodium glycyrrhiza x scouleri
Polystichumacrostichoides x proliferum
Polystichumandersonii x setiferum
Polystichumproliferum x setiferum
Polystichumproliferum x setigerum
Polystichumx arendsiiaculeatum munitum
Polystichumx dyceiproliferumbraunii
Polystichumx leslieimunitum setiferum
Polystichumx maderensefalcinellumsetiferum
Woodsiax gracilisalpinailvensis
xCystocarpiumroskamianumCystopteris fragilisGymnocarpium dryopteris
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