Cyathea alderwereltii is a species of tree fern endemic to Mount Sago in central Sumatra, where it is nevertheless abundant and grows in forest at an altitude of 1000-1500 m. It has an erect trunch which may be 4 m tall or more. Fronds are bi- or tripinnate and 1-2 m long. The stipe of this species is spiny at the base and covered with scattered scales that are dark brown, glossy, and have a narrow paler margin. Sori are produced near the fertile pinnule midvein and are covered by small, brown scale-like indusia.

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  • Cyathea alderwereltii is a species of tree fern endemic to Mount Sago in central Sumatra, where it is nevertheless abundant and grows in forest at an altitude of 1000-1500 m. It has an erect trunch which may be 4 m tall or more. Fronds are bi- or tripinnate and 1-2 m long. The stipe of this species is spiny at the base and covered with scattered scales that are dark brown, glossy, and have a narrow paler margin. Sori are produced near the fertile pinnule midvein and are covered by small, brown scale-like indusia. C. alderwereltii is named after Cornelis Rogier Willem Carel van Alderwerelt van Rosenburgh (1863-1936), a Dutch pteridologist who worked extensively in the Sunda region. (en)
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  • * Cyathea spinifera (Alderwerelt van Rosenburgh) Domin, 1930)
  • * Alsophila alderwereltii (Copeland) Tryon, 1970)
  • * Cyathea horridipes (Domin, 1929)
  • * Hemitelia sumatrana (Alderwerelt van Rosenburgh)
  • * Alsophila spinifera (Alderwerelt van Rosenburgh, 1922)
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  • Cyathea alderwereltii
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  • Copeland, 1909
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  • Alsophila
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  • C. alderwereltii
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  • Cyathea alderwereltii is a species of tree fern endemic to Mount Sago in central Sumatra, where it is nevertheless abundant and grows in forest at an altitude of 1000-1500 m. It has an erect trunch which may be 4 m tall or more. Fronds are bi- or tripinnate and 1-2 m long. The stipe of this species is spiny at the base and covered with scattered scales that are dark brown, glossy, and have a narrow paler margin. Sori are produced near the fertile pinnule midvein and are covered by small, brown scale-like indusia. (en)
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  • Cyathea alderwereltii (en)
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  • Cyathea alderwereltii (en)
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