Struthiopteris spicant

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Deer Fern (Struthiopteris spicant): Fairly Common evergreen rosette forming fern found in forests and occasionally in shady open areas. Expected throughout the region, though there are fewer collections in the Arctos database from the northern areas. Whether this is indicative of lesser (more scattered) occurrence, or an artifact of collection effort is unclear.

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Other References

  • Hall 2010: [as Blechnum spicant] Forests and forest edge, subalpine meadows and along streams.
  • Muller: [as Blechnum spicant] gen; forest, forest edge, common

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