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What Fern Is It?


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Juan.... The top specimen looks like a Pecopteris... The lower I'm not sure... is it possible to take a close up of the veination of both these specimens?...

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Also, if you could post where they are from/found,(Country was this found in Spain??, state, county, town?) it might help to narrow down the possibilities.

Definitely need more close up pictures of the leaf veination.

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Could it be Mariopteris sauveurii...?

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  • 4 weeks later...

Focusing on the left section:

Top: Cyathocarpus (arborescen ?)

Left of center: Lobatopteris (--?)

Center: if its Mariopteris, it might be sp. Nervosa

Right of center: Linopteris (sp. Obliqua?) or possibly Neuropteris? I'd put my money on Linopteris.

Feel free to correct me! :P

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