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Rachis. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dryopteris macropholis

Gymnocarpium robertianum

Common lowland fern Lord Howe Island.jpg

Polystichum polyblepharum

Drynaria. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cyathea borbonica

Acrostichum. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dryopteris filix-mas

Acacia filicifolia.jpg

Crepidomanes venosum growing on the underside of a man fern. Trumpet shaped indusium can be seen near the base of the pinna.

Climbing fern.jpg

Norfolk tree fern

Dicroidium. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Polypodium vulgare

Cyathea smithii

Cyathea colensoi

Rattan. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ebony spleenwort

Lellingeria

Knotting gall on broad buckler fern

Lonchitis is a neotropical genus of ferns. It is the sole genus

Cyathea capensis

This fern is producing a new frond by the process of circinate vernation.

Pellaea andromedifolia

Lepidopteris callipteroides leaf from latest Permian Coal Cliff Sandstone of Oakdale Colliery, NSW

Leaf of Tilia tomentosa (Silver lime tree)

Howea

Asplenium scolopendrium

Pellaea mucronata

Fern

fern anatomy

Nepenthes bokorensis

Attalea crassispatha

It is uncommon in primary forest and probably in forest clearings on Niue. Distinguishable by its large terrestrial fern habit; spiny rachis and ...

Drynaria rigidula growing on rocks in Australia. The fertile foliage fronds are large and dark

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Callistophytaceae. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Drynaria_quercifolia_(Oak-leaf_fern).jpg

Fern ally

Cyathea cunninghamii

Nepenthes fusca

Description[edit]

Attalea

Flora Indica (Burman 1768) p 233 - Synaphea spinulosa -from Nicolaas Laurens Burman's

Osmunda regalis var. spectabilis Osmunda regalis (Royal Fern) A fern often found in

Fern-leaf-oliv - Fern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nepenthes izumiae

Hymenophyllum flabellatum growing epiphytical on a tree.

Leaf. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An acaulescent species of Streptocarpus has only one leaf, and appears to have no stem