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Polypodium cambricum (Southern Polypody)
Some of the fronds of Cambricum can be quite large just like these shown below which I found over on the Hutton Roof side. Note the delta shape and how wide across the middle.
Although the fern is quite rare, it is surprising just how often it is starting to turn up, but that's simply because more of us are now out there looking for it. This week in particular I have heard from my friend Martin over on the Hutton Roof side who has now found several more populations, which I hope to get over there in the next week or two.
Thursday 19th November 2020 - Nice stroll or wander with fabulous wonders and my December copy for the local magazine - SEE BLOG BELOW THESE LINKS.....
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