|Scientific Name||Pleopeltis polypodioides|
|Common Name||Resurrection fern|
|Info||"Pleopeltis polypodioides is a species of creeping, coarse-textured fern native to the Americas and Africa. The evergreen fronds of this fern are 25 cm high by 5 cm wide and monomorphic. The leathery, yellow-green pinnae (leaflets) are deeply pinnatifid, oblong to narrowly lanceolate, usually widest near middle, occasionally at or near base. It attaches to the limbs of its host plant with a branching, creeping, slender rhizome, which grows to 2 mm in diameter. The scales are lanceolate, with light brown base and margins, and having a dark central stripe."|
|Found By||"Douglas Franz, Angel Aquino"|
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