Stenochlaena tenuifolia (Desv.) T.Moore

  • Filed As

    Stenochlaena tenuifolia (Desv.) T.Moore

  • Collector(s)

    B. W. Miles s.n., 01 Oct 1932

  • Location

    United States of America. Florida. Near Tampa.

  • Identifiers

    NY Barcode: 4180322

    Occurrence ID: 7b810026-bc37-400f-8401-e1317a3ba3ab

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  • Region

    North America

  • Country

    United States of America

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  • Locality

    Near Tampa.

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Mrs. Charles Arthur Miles
118 Hyde Park Place
Tampa, Fla,
Dr. John K. Small.
N. Y. Botanical Garden
New York City
My dear Dr. Small:-
Under separate cover I sent you a frond
from a climbing fern that I have come across. It has
made its appearance in three different localities.
Two places it was climbing up trees, up so far six feet
from the ground, the other place it has nothing to
cling to so ran along the ground. It likes dense shade.
Some of the fronds measures three feet in length. The
root was not densely covered with hair as some of our
ferns, but would send up fronds from the sections where
it would take root, but the running roots were neither
jointed or had nodes.
October 1st, 193£.
(signed} Bessie W. Miles
(Mrs. C. A. )
Collected by,
Herbarium of The New York Botanical Garden