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- noun Plural form of
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Their stipes are not jointed to the root stock, nor are their sori at the ends of the veins as in the polypodies.
Often called "Limestone Polypody," the beech ferns having formerly been classed with the polypodies.
The beech ferns are often classed with the polypodies, because, like them, they have no indusium; but in other ways they are more akin to the wood ferns.
It grows just in the spray of a waterfall – this and this; they are polypodies.
It grows just it the spray of a waterfall -- this and this; they are polypodies.
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