Polypodium interjectum or Western Polypody (Bifid examples) Nature Diary – 16th February 2022 – Burton In Kendal

 

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I discovered this plant about two years ago and almost immediately noted its striking differences in particular towards the pinnae ends which on the majority (but not all) of the fronds took on this bifid (or forked end appearance). Even more striking was later in the year to find that some of the pinnae actually had developed into a three fork situation, but still to be called bifid.  (Monday 4th Feb 2019) 


Photos taken 4th February 2019 - Low Gables, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. Fine examples of P. Interjectum - Bifid examples (forked)


Photos taken 4th February 2019 - Low Gables, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. Fine examples of P. Interjectum - Bifid examples (forked)


Photos taken 4th February 2019 - Low Gables, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. Fine examples of P. Interjectum - Bifid examples (forked)


Photos taken 4th February 2019 - Low Gables, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. Fine examples of P. Interjectum - Bifid examples (forked)


Photos taken 4th February 2019 - Low Gables, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. Fine examples of P. Interjectum - Bifid examples (forked)


Photos taken 4th February 2019 - Low Gables, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. Fine examples of P. Interjectum - Bifid examples (forked)


Photos taken 4th February 2019 - Low Gables, Vicarage Ln, Burton In Kendal. Fine examples of P. Interjectum - Bifid examples (forked)


(below)  and finally I want to show you examples I found in Holme Stinted Pastures back in 20th February 2019.



Thank you Julian



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