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Request for information

  • Subject: [ferns] Request for information
  • From: "Mike Taylor" mike@skye6.fsnet.co.uk
  • Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 14:55:32 -0000


Can anyone give me a definition of "anadromous" and "catadromous" when used to
describe fern fonds. The only definition I can find for the words is in
conjunction with fish, i.e when they live in fresh water and go to the sea to
spawn and vice versa.

Many thanks

Mike Taylor

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