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Description: A very appealing, but puzzling species I collected spore of in a botanical hot bed near Baoxing (Mupin), China at 2000m. Where this evergreen fern grew in fairly dense moist forest, with exceptionally long narrow fronds to 1m by 10cm. Densely covered by ginger scales at the base of the glossy thick-textured 'prickly' fronds. Best grown in cool woodland conditions in a leafy well drained soil that never dries out.
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