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about Adiantum caudatum

I recall someone posting a message recently that mentioned that, in a couple
of books, it was stated that Adiantum caudatum was not native to China.
Actually, in some of my Chinese reference books for medicinal plants, it
mentions that A. caudatum is native to the following provinces: Zhejiang,
Jiangxi, Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan and Guizhou (i.e., eastern,
southeastern and southwestern China);  also Taiwan;  it is said to be found
growing stuck in between rocks under trees in forest areas, and in valleys.
Robert Newman
San Fernando Valley, So. Calif.

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