Lygodium

Lygodium (climbing fern) is a genus of about 40 species of ferns, native to tropical regions across the world, with a few temperate species in eastern Asia and eastern North America. It is the sole genus in the family Lygodiaceae, though included in the family Schizaeaceae by some botanists. They are unusual in that the rachis, or midrib, of the f...
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Lygodium

• (n.) A genus of ferns with twining or climbing fronds, bearing stalked and variously-lobed divisions in pairs.
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lygodium

<botany> A genus of ferns with twining or climbing fronds, bearing stalked and variously-lobed divisions in pairs. ... Lygodium palmatum, much prized for indoor ornament, inhabits shaded and moist grassy places, from Massachusetts to Virginia and Kentucky, and sparingly southwards. ... Origin: NL, fr. Gr. Flexible; a willow twig + form. ... S...
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Lygodium

genus Lygodium noun chiefly tropical climbing ferns
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Lygodium

Ly·go'di·um noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... flexible; ... a willow twig + ... form.] (Botany) A genus of ferns with twining or climbing fronds, bearing stalked and variously-lobed divisions in pairs. » Lygodium palmatum , much prized for indoor ornament, inhabits shaded and moist ...
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Lygodium

Lygodium is a genus of tropical ferns of twining habit. The stems are wide- scandent, and the fronds are permanent, generally in old plants becoming so entangled as to form a mass of dense foliage.
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Lygodium

[n] - chiefly tropical climbing ferns
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