Iûⁿ-khí si̍t-bu̍t

(Tùi Koeh-lūi choán--lâi)
?Iûⁿ-khí si̍t-bu̍t
Athyrium filix-femina
Hoà-chio̍h hoān-ûi
Devonian tiong-kî[1] kàu taⁿ
Seng-bu̍t-ha̍k hun-lūi
Kài: Plantae
Mn̂g: Pteridophyta
Kong[2]

Iûⁿ-khí si̍t-bu̍t (羊齒植物)[3], he̍k-chiá kóng koeh-lūi (kòe-, kè-) sī chi̍t toā lūi ê si̍t-bu̍t, ū tāi-iok 12,000 chéng.[4] Koeh-lūi ū keng, hio̍h, kin; mā ū ûi-kóng-sok. In bô hoat chéng-chí mā bô khui hoe, sī ēng pau-chí lâi seⁿ-thoân.

Chham-khó chu-liāuSiu-kái

  1. Wattieza, Stein, W. E., F. Mannolini, L. V. Hernick, E. Landling, and C. M. Berry. 2007. "Giant cladoxylopsid trees resolve the enigma of the Earth's earliest forest stumps at Gilboa", Nature (19 April 2007) 446:904–907.
  2. Smith, A.R. (2006). "A classification for extant ferns" (PDF). Taxon. 55 (3): 705–731. doi:10.2307/25065646. JSTOR 25065646. 2008-02-12 khòaⁿ--ê.  Cite uses deprecated parameter |coauthors= (help)
  3. S. Sasaki, "List of Plants of Formosa", 1928.
  4. Chapman, Arthur D. (2009). Numbers of Living Species in Australia and the World. Report for the Australian Biological Resources Study. Canberra, Australia. September 2009. http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/abrs/publications/other/species-numbers/index.html