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Cyathea lepifera

Cyathea lepifera

Cyathea lepifera

Cyathea lepifera

Cyathea lepifera

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Flying spider monkey tree fern (Cyathea lepifera) belongs to Cyatheaceae
(the Tree-fern family). It is an evergreen tree fern that is native to the
Ryukyu islands of Japan, Taiwan and the Philippine Islands. This fern
grows in sunne forest edges and can reach 7-8 m in height. The fronds are
radiating on the top of rhizome and up to 2.4 m long. The leaf scars
resemble to "Maru-hachi". The new shoots are edible after boiling and
removing harshness.
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2009”N03ŒŽ29“úŽB‰eB
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2005”N01ŒŽ23“úŽB‰eB

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp