Asplenium antiquum

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    Asplenium antiquum @ Okinawa Iland

Basic information

Flower Name
Asplenium antiquum
Formal Name
Asplenium antiquum
Alias
Habitat
The warm temperate zone of Japan, Korea and Taiwan
Morph
Evergreen epiphytic fern plants

Comment

What is Asplenium antiquum

Asplenium antiquum is an evergreen epiphytic fern plant of the Aspleniaceae genus of the Aspleniaceae Department native to Japan, Korea and Taiwan . Has one leaf, such as kelp, extend radially from the Center to the ring. The epiphytic ferns found in Japan, rocks and trees that will grow in ordinary potting soil. Spindle has solid Brown on the writings of more than 1 m. It is on the leaves is glossy bright green. Long and slender leaves are linear wideband sharp tip. No flowers. Garden planting and arrangement of materials are used. This species is Shima-taniwatari and come spores leaves behind all this species is similar, but Shima-taniwatari are the mail spores are just the tip of the leaf.

Generic name : Asplenium antiquum, scientific name: Asplenium antiquum , origin: Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and environment: forests of trees and rocks in the epiphytic and ground, height: 40 cm-1.2 m, pointed leaf shape: Advanced wideband linear, leaf margin: entire, leaf color: bright green, leaf width: 10 cm or more, leaf length: 60 cm.

Detailed information

Order
Polypodiales
Family
Aspleniaceae
Genus
Asplenium
Species
A. antiquum
Flower type
Other
Flower array
Other
Petal shape
no petal
Leaf type
Wide linear
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Low mountainBotanic garden
Color
Orange
Season
Height
40 ~ 1 [cm]
Diameter
0 ~ 0

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