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  • noun Plural form of polypodium.

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Examples

  • The first descent down the terminal wall of the crater is very precipitous, but it and the slope which extends to the second descent are thickly covered with ohias, ohelos (a species of whortleberry), sadlerias, polypodiums, silver grass, and a great variety of bulbous plants many of which bore clusters of berries of

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Many polypodiums and aspleniums grow gracefully on the rocks and trees during the rainy season.

    The Heart of Nature or, The Quest for Natural Beauty

  • The first descent down the terminal wall of the crater is very precipitous, but it and the slope which extends to the second descent are thickly covered with ohias, ohelos (a species of whortleberry), sadlerias, polypodiums, silver grass, and a great variety of bulbous plants many of which bore clusters of berries of

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • I noticed some capillaries and polypodiums of infinite delicacy; and on a little flat space before the convent a numerous tribe of pinks, gentians, and other Alpine plants, fanned and invigorated by the fresh mountain air. "

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 2

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