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My garden :)
Long lengthy leaves
Division: Pteridophyta, Class: ...
Sorry I wasn't able to identify it further, still I think it looks nice growing ...
Never saw a Fern growing on a Tree branch before.
Spider on pteridophyta
Green, and skinny.
second plant on hike to lake quinault
Seedless vascular plant
A fern from the Valley of Flowers.
Ferns first appear in the fossil record 360 million years ago in the ...
Spotted in a crack in the granite wall of the Porto Stock Market building
I think this is a mother fern at the San Francisco botanical gardens
A green plant that looks like a fern
This is just the common fern.
Pointy leaves, Green and bushy
Common fern found in the forest.
Unfurling fern frond
Fern is a plant really common
(fern) green, leafy, big, and can be different shades.
(tree) tall, hard, lots ...
In higher plants, we find positive chemotaxis in fern sperms, which respond to ...
known as Pteridophyta. Unlike mosses, ...
Saw these on the forest ground hiking on the North Trail going towards the ...
Ferns are vascular plants differing from lycophytes by having true leaves ...
scientific name for the generic fern is
Unidentified fern http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fern
This fern grows out of a crack in a pine-tree, the individual branches are ...
This fern can be an epiphyte or have a terrestrial habit, but it usually grows ...
A single, unfurling fiddlehead (fern)
Vascular plants with stems and leaves. They reproduce using spores. They do not ...
Ostrich Fern (Matteuccia struthiopteris) - family (Onocleaceae).
The area 'the peel' is known for its turf. Some paintings by Vincent van Gogh ...