Davallia

Davallia (deersfoot fern, hare`s foot fern) is a genus of about 40 species of ferns in the family Davalliaceae. They are epiphytic ferns, with fronds arising from long aerial rhizomes which grow on and over thick bark on trees or on rock crevices. == Davallia as house plants == D. polypodiaceae, D. canariensis, D. fejeensis and D. trichomanoides ....
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Davallia

(from the article `fern`) ...fronds or leaflets fall from the plant; rhizomes scaly; sori abaxial, usually round, with a reniform or nearly tubular indusium; closely allied to ...
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Davallia

(Hare's-Foot Fern) These Ferns, also called Hare's-Foot Ferns, are native to northern Africa, Asia, Malaya, Japan, northern India and Australia. Most of these plants have creeping stems that are covered with silvery white, black or brown fuzzy scales that resemble small paws. They have finely divided fronds that rise directly from the creeping stem...
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davallia

[n] - any fern of the genus Davallia
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davallia

noun any fern of the genus Davallia; having scaly creeping rhizomes
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