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  • A cultivated hen and chickens fern outside.
    Rights: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Published 24 September 2010 Size: 910 KB Referencing Hub media

    The cultivated hen and chickens fern produces two sorts of fronds – fronds with narrow pinnae that make spores and fronds with wide pinnae that do not make spores. This dimorphism of fronds is not seen in wild hen and chickens ferns.

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