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Re: ferns DIGEST V1 #1 Bipinnate necklace fern/Asplenium flabellifolium

  • Subject: [ferns] Re: ferns DIGEST V1 #1 Bipinnate necklace fern/Asplenium flabellifolium
  • From: "Brian Swale" bj@caverock.net.nz
  • Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 20:31:02 +1300
  • In-reply-to: <200311100501.hAA511I05239@lorien.mallorn.com>

Hi,

You might find an answer in

Brownsey, P. J. (1977) Asplenium hybrids in the New Zealand Flora. New 
Zealand Journal of Botany 15: 601-37.

Apparently there are about 20 hybrids in NZ Aspleniums. So, the answer will 
be found in a good botany library !!

Brian Swale

Date sent:      	Sun, 9 Nov 2003 23:01:01 -0600
From:           	ferns-owner@hort.net (ferns DIGEST)
To:             	ferns-digest@hort.net
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> ferns DIGEST         Sunday, November 9 2003         Volume 01 : Number 001
> 
> 
> 
> In this issue:
> 
>         [ferns] Bipinnate necklace fern/Asplenium flabellifolium
> 
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sun, 09 Nov 2003 22:10:51 +0100
> From: John Hawkins <john.hawkins@blechnum.net>
> Subject: [ferns] 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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