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Necklace fern (Asplenium flabellifolium)

Last Modified: 7-10-2018 20:49

Necklace fern (Asplenium flabellifolium)
Necklace fern (Asplenium flabellifolium)

Asplenium flabellifolium is a widely distributed small fern indigenous to New Zealand and Australia. It can be found in a wide variety of habitats, however requires a reasonable amount of light, and is not found in deep forest or heavily shaded environments.

This example was photographed in a typical environment, growing out of eroded alluvial deposits above a stream bed within the Wither Hills Farm Park.

Location: Latitude: -41.549328 Longitude: 173.965652"

Image Date: 23/8/1970

Photographer: Christopher Cookson

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