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RE: Asplenium hemionitis

  • Subject: RE: [ferns] Asplenium hemionitis
  • From: "Winter, Wim de" Wim.dewinter@wisl.nl
  • Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2003 09:32:51 +0100
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  • Thread-topic: [ferns] Asplenium hemionitis

> On a related topic, it got me to thinking what I'd nominate 
> as the most beautiful fern in the world.  

Well reacted to my sneeky provocation! :-))

T. reniforme is a sweety too though I've never seen it. A. hemionitis can develop more luxuriant than the picture shows, with its basal lobes as long as the apical and lateral ones. Then it's regularly star-shaped.


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