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Re: polypodium difforme

  • Subject: Re: polypodium difforme
  • From: "Denise" <101989@lizzy.com.au>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 09:35:11 +1030

Hi to all fernies.
I had it growing in a terrarium as i believed it was a 'small' fern. and it has been very slow growing very leathery and prostrate but fronds are now about 6 to 8 inches. I believe it was a natural hybrid between 2 ferns or a 'man made one" it looks more like an aspelenium to me.
have taken a pic can you please advise  how to upload it.

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