parsley fern, Cryptogramma crispa  (Polypodiales: Pteridaceae) - 5169081

parsley fern
Cryptogramma crispa (L.) R. Br. ex Hook.

Descriptor: Plant(s)
Description: A UK native, widespread but scarce. Locally common in N. Wales, growing at high elevations on usually acidic rocks and scree. As the name suggests, the foliage resembles that of parsley.
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Image location: United Kingdom

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Name: Francis Gwyn Jones
Country: United Kingdom

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Image uploaded on Wednesday, February 14, 2007
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