Rare ferns in Dutch Drenthe province


Scaly male fern

Warden Roelof Blaauw reports that many ferns grow in the forests around Veenhuizen village in Drenthe province in the Netherlands.

They include rare species, like scaly male fern; and long beech fern.

Long beech fern

Creeping marshwort in Drenthe: here.

Invasive fern species in the Netherlands: here.

Flowers in Drenthe: here.

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