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Bipinnate necklace fern/Asplenium flabellifolium

I've got a necklace fern,  _Asplenium flabellifolium_ , ( one of two grown 
from spore collected on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand ) 
that is genuinely bipinnate. Not just a few extra lobes, the basal pinnae 
have fully developed 'walking' tips. I've not seen this on the wild ones I've 
seen so I'm wondering if it's an effect of cultivation. Has anybody else seen 
this, either in the wild or in cultivation?

John in Sweden.

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