New fern species discovery in the Netherlands


This video from the USA is called Biology 1B – Lecture 3: Ferns and Gymnosperms.

Translated from the Dutch FLORON botanists:

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

Recently a fern species new for the Netherlands was discovered, Dryopteris pseudodisjuncta. On December 29 Sipke Gonggrijp in the Purmerbos forest found a fern unknown to him.

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