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Adiantum Trapeziforme Descriptive Essay

Adiantum trapeziforme L. Taxonomic Classification: Kingdom: Plantae Division: Pteridophyta Class: Pteridopsida Order: Polypodiales Family: Pteridaceae Genus: Adiantum Species: A. trapeziforme Description: Adiantum trapeziforme is a rhizomatous and evergreen fern, growing to a height of 1-3 feet tall and creeps as wide.

Adiantum Trapeziforme Descriptive Essay

Description: Adiantum trapeziforme is a rhizomatous and evergreen fern, growing to a height of 1-3 feet tall and creeps as wide. Quite a hardy fern with slender and wiry stipes and rachises that are 6-15 inches long, erect (or drooping with age), shiny and brownish-black or almost black in color.

Adiantum Trapeziforme Descriptive Essay

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Adiantum Trapeziforme Descriptive Essay

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Adiantum Trapeziforme Descriptive Essay

FILICINEAE ADIANTUM TENERUM Sw. Maidenhair Fern; Black-stick Maidenhair. This species of maidenhair fern (and, perhaps. others) is used to make tea for colds. Beckwith recorded its use with a number of other plants for this purpose (see Anarcardium occidentale). A. villosum Land A. trapeziforme L. were thought demulcent and pectoral by old writers.