Woodwardia

NOUN
  1. in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae: chain ferns
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How To Use Woodwardia In A Sentence

  • The most important of the larger species are woodwardia, aspidium, asplenium, and, above all, the common pteris. The Yosemite
  • The most important of the larger species are woodwardia, aspidium, asplenium, and, above all, the common pteris. The Yosemite
  • Many fine ferns dwell here also, especially the beautiful and interesting rock-ferns -- pellaea, and cheilanthes of several species -- fringing and rosetting dry rock-piles and ledges; woodwardia and asplenium on damp spots with fronds six or seven feet high; the delicate maiden-hair in mossy nooks by the falls, and the sturdy, broad-shouldered pteris covering nearly all the dry ground beneath the oaks and pines. The Yosemite
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