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Identification assistance needed....

  • Subject: [ferns] Identification assistance needed....
  • From: Ross Koning rkoning@snet.net
  • Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2003 10:11:27 -0400

Hi folks,

I think we are having some trouble when people send subjects
beginning with the word "help"...I think the server is interpreting
this as a possible "server command" and then not knowing what
to do with it. Perhaps starting with "I could use some..." or "identification
help...." would solve this...not sure...

Below Ann is asking for help with some fern identification. Please
feel free to respond to her message.

ross (list-dad)

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I grew this fern from spore sent to me by a friend in Australia. (Thanks a
million, Keith!)


I can't find a botanical name for it. The blade of the frond pictured is
about 9" long and 6" wide, and the stipe is 8". I feel it is still a young
plant, but it has made a few sori:


The rhizome runs along the surface of the soil with just the top part
showing. It has a few scales, but I haven't examined any of them under the

I'd love to be able to put a botanical name on it, and would appreciate any
help I can get!

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