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RE: Antenna Fern

> We had this same fern in focus some time ago. It's a Doryopteris from
> South-Africa and the Indian Ocean. I am sure I could dig up the name again, only
> not right now. If you could search the archives for Doryopteris you'll certainly
> find it.

Thanks, a diagnosis came from Brian Aikins,

> I agree it is most likely D. pilosa as described in Burrows' with sterile
> fronds having rounded overlapping lobes and fertile fronds that are tall,
> bi-tripinnate, and densely hirsute-scaly beneath.

Consistent with the plant in hand. South Africa, Madagascan region.


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