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hare's-foot fern

[ hairz-foot ]
/ ˈhɛərzˌfʊt /
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noun
a fern, Polypodium aureum, of tropical America, having a brown, scaly rootstock and green or deep bluish-green fronds.
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Also called golden polypody, rabbit's-foot fern.

Origin of hare's-foot fern

First recorded in 1865–70

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