Polypodium appalachianum . Paraphyses, the translucent, branched structures among the sporangia.... Polypodium vulgare . from left counterclockwise: rhizome scale, plant with phyllopodia (jointed... Common Polypody Boulder Lake, BWCAW Photo © by Earl J.S. Rook Flora, fauna, earth, and sky... The... Family - Polypodiaceae Stems - No info. yet. Leaves - No info. yet. Family - Polypodiaceae Stems - No info. yet. Leaves - No info. yet. Polypodium 'Green Wave' This map is a visual representation of the county distribution of each taxon in the Southeastern... Polypodium californicum Kaulf. Polypodiaceae ( Fern Family) Native California Polypody ... Polypodium appalachianum above and P. virginianum below. See the note for an explanation. Robbin... Carroll Co., VA 4/11/10. This map is a visual representation of the county distribution of each taxon in the Southeastern... Abaxial surface of fertile leaf. Inflorescence - No info. yet. Flowers - No flowers, plant... January Photo Photo © Carl Farmer 6 Aug 2003 Dunvegan, Skye Very common on rocks, walls and trees, preferring... Always under construction! Please check back periodically. Close-up of some of the sori. Flowering - June - August. Habitat - Ledges and crevices of bluffs and... Carroll Co., VA 4/11/10. © Paul Hackney Adaxial surface of leaf. Inflorescence - No info. yet. Flowers - No flowers, plant reproducing by... Close-up of the sori. Flowering - June - September. Habitat - Epiphytic on trees, also found in rock... The underside of a frond. Polypodium musifolium is an epiphytic fern that is easy to grow and looks good in decorative pots or... Polypody fern (Polypodium vulgare) Growing at the base of a trackside tree in Teviotdale. It often... Photo © Carl Farmer 2 May 2002 Portree, Skye Back to species list © Paul Hackney Rockcap Fern usually grows on rock, but can sometimes be found on thin soil. Madison Co., NC 5/11/08... Interested in College in Alaska? Licorice Fern Polypodium glycyrrhiza For some reason this... Sori on underside of pinnae in early November. Also known as Rock Polypody. Orange Co., NC 4/4/09. Nice patch with late afternoon sun shining through the leaves in November.