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Microsorum pustulatum


Microsorum pustulatum is an epiphytic fern native to Australia and New Zealand. The glossy, bright, green fronds vary in shape and size and It is common in coastal to montane areas and it is often epiphytic (growing on trees), usually in slightly drier places. It was spotted while hiking, near the old Wellington prison, Miramar peninsula, Wellington NZ.

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Wellington, New Zealand

Spotted on Jan 16, 2013
Submitted on Jan 16, 2013

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