Ferns of the Blue Ridge
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1979 - Ferns - 15 pages
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18 inches 36 inches adders-tongue ferns appearance Blue Ridge Broad Beech fern brown Chain fern chain links Cinnamon fern cluster of sporangia common fern Common polypody compound frond damp woods Dryopteris Ebony spleenwort feet in height fern Christmas fern Fern Family Fern fronds fern grows fern prefers fertile fronds fiddle-head Flowering ferns fronds are 12 fronds range fronds vary fruiting bodies Hay-Scented fern inches in height inches tall inches wide Interrupted fern long-stalked Maidenhair fern Marginal Shield fern Michx moist Mountain wood fern number OPHIOGLOSSACEAE OSMUNDA FAMILY OSMUNDACEAE partially evergreen petioles pinnae pinnules plants POLYPODIACEAE Polypodium prefer damp prefers shaded prefers wet areas produce clusters rachis Rattlesnake fern resemble Resurrection fern rhizome rows of chain Royal fern Sensitive fern sori are borne sori are produced sorus Southern Lady fern species is found species prefers spiny split open spores sterile fronds stipe triangular true fern underside veins virginianum winged York fern