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Davallia tyermannii

Davallia tyermannii

Davallia tyermannii

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ƒVƒmƒu‰ÈƒVƒmƒu‘®‚̏í—΃Vƒ_—ނŁAŠw–¼‚Í Davallia tyermannii (syn. Humata tyermanii)B‰p–¼‚Í Bear's foot fernAWhite rabbit foot fernB 
The Bear's foot fern (Davallia tyermannii) belongs to the family Davalliaceae. It is an evergreen fern that is distributed from southern China to India. It is very similar to the "Shinobu" (Davallia mariesii) that grows naturally in Japan, but it is an evergreen fern. The rhizome is covered with silvery white scales and grows long and crawls. The leaves are leathery, oval, about 15 cm long, and cut into small pieces. The Japanese name "Shinobu" is because it grows up and endures even in steep rocky areas. 
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Shu Suehiro
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