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ROUGH MAIDENHAIR (Adiantum hispidulum)
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Rough maidenhair

Adiantum hispidulum


A small tough fern, very similar to Adiantum pubescens but the stipes consistently rough, fronds strictly pedate; hairs below the pinnule blade are short, rigid and less than 0.5 mm long. This species also found in Eastern Australia, NZ, Pacific Islands, tropical Asia & Africa.

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