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The Glen River with its many small eddies and waterfalls, tumbles down through the Mourne mountains and Donard Forest pictured here in, County Antrim, Northern Ireland on its journey into the Irish sea at Newcastle.

A truly beautiful and a magical place.

Pat.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mourne_Mountains

 

www.mournelive.com/how-the-mournes-were-formed.htm

 

Update; There is quite a bit of natural stuff in here that Ive only noticed now.

There is some wild heather in flower {Calluna vulgaris } on the left in the centre section and and the Polypody fern [ Polypodium vulgare } under the rock beside the waterfall. There is Gorse { Ulex europeaus }growing just above the heather and above that, Norway spruce { Picea abies } and Silver birch { Betula pendula }. The main trees on the right are Scot Pines {pinus sylvestris and under them some more heather and wild Bilberry. {Vaccinium myrtillus }

The rocks which have been polished smooth over thousands of years by the action of the water are of Antrim Granite. I didnt do too bad I suppose as I knew most of their latin names. Maybe I should stay in more!!! Sorry! No chance! Lol!

P.

  

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Common fern here in Glentrool, mainly growing on the trunks of deciduous trees but also found on some of our dry stane dykes, even more rarely on the ground.

 

On a wildfood note - the rhizomes can be cooked and eaten, which I have done on one occasion ....... not distasteful but offers little flavor - tastes mildly of liquorice ( a hark back to one of its ancient parents - Polypodium glycyrrhiza) Better to grow your own liquorice plant in a big tub which i am doing in the village community garden.

Slovak Republic - Polypodium vulgare - in High Tatra (Valley Bielovodska Dolina)

Fam. Polypodiaceae

Syn. Polypodium vulgare L. subsp. prionodes (Asch.) Rothm.

Polypodium vulgare forma prionodes Asch.

Polypodium australe auct., non Fée

Polypodium serratum auct., non (Willd.) Saut. nec Aubl.

Polypodium vulgare auct., non L.

Polypodium vulgare var. acutilobum Lej. & Courtois

Polypodium vulgare subsp. prionodes Asch.

Mittlerer Tüpfelfarn, Intermediate Polypody

Common Polypody fern (Polypodium vulgare) beside the remains of a medieval clapper bridge on the East Dart River, Dartmoor.

Polypodium vulgare: Common Polypody fern growing on a mossy branch in a Devon woodland.

 

This particular fern I found growing beside the footpath through Skaigh close to the northern border of Dartmoor National Park. There is a beautiful walk through a wooded valley from Sticklepath up to Belstone.

Details of the vascular bundles. Each vascular bundle is surrounded by a bundle sheath (brown).

Polypodium vulgare

 

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Fern rolled up in sub-zero temperatures.

 

Brilliants

Flore médicale

Paris :Imprimerie de C.L.F. Panckoucke,1833-1835.

biodiversitylibrary.org/page/41878311

The British ferns, or, Coloured figures and descriptions with the needful analyses of the fructification and venation of the ferns of Great Britain and Ireland

London :Lovell Reeve,1861.

biodiversitylibrary.org/page/51658732

This lovely fern spreads into large colonies on the sand dunes.

 

Birkdale sand hills

Ectypa plantarum ratisbonensium :

Regensburg :Verfertiget und verlegt von Johann Mayr ... und gedruckt mit Zeitlerischen Schriften,1787-1793.

biodiversitylibrary.org/page/59792728

Polypode commun, Stensöta

(Polypodium vulgare)

Common. This shows the ripe sori.

Manor Estate Stafford 7th November 2015

Polypodium vulgare L., Sp. Pl. 2: 1085 1085 1753

Gewöhnlicher Tüpfelfarn, Common Polypody, Polipodio Común, Polypode Commun, Osladič Obecný, Paprotka Zwyczajna, Almindelig Engelsød, Gewone Eikvaren, Kallioimarre, Közönséges édesgyökerű páfrány, Многоно́жка обыкнове́нная, Сла́дкий па́поротник

 

This is a small evergreen fern with fruit dots or sori in two rows on the underside of the fronds. It is growing through moss on a massive, massive boulder in the woods of Butter Pot Provincial Park.

Perhaps there once were more trunks. Moss and ferns (Polypodium vulgare) posess it merely

Common Polypody, I love these plants and enjoy searching for them and turning over the leaves to see if the seeds are all there, they are perfectly grown in such order.

Sorus or a cluster of sporangia of common polypody. Microscope image stacked with Helicon.

 

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Growing on one of the oldest apple trees in the beautiful walled garden at Llanerchaeron NT.

Nothing unusual but it caught my eye, Warnham, Sussex

La luce del sole mette ben in evidenza i sori arancioni di questa felce.

Taken at Oxwich woods, Gower, Wales, UK. No graphics please.

Fam. Polypodiaceae

Syn. Polypodium vulgare L. subsp. prionodes (Asch.) Rothm.

Polypodium vulgare forma prionodes Asch.

Polypodium australe auct., non Fée

Polypodium serratum auct., non (Willd.) Saut. nec Aubl.

Polypodium vulgare auct., non L.

Polypodium vulgare var. acutilobum Lej. & Courtois

Polypodium vulgare subsp. prionodes Asch.

Mittlerer Tüpfelfarn, Intermediate Polypody

Tüpfelfarn (Polypodium vulgare) in den Phonolithfelsen der Milseburg.

Rhön, 05.07.1997

Another pre-dawn shot, made on Kodachrome. In the days before adjustable white balance, surprises were frequent. I had not expected these leaves to turn so blue! They are either blueberry or bilberry, I think; the cool green ferns are Licorice-fern. As soon as I saw the result, I liked these cool, dense colours. 105mm macro lens, tripod.

 

Scanned from the original Kodachrome 64 slide, September 1988.

 

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Polypodium Vulgare or common polypody

 

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Eesti punase nimestiku liik, ohuväline (LC).

Kõrveküla, Lääne-Virumaa.

Fam. Polypodiaceae Bercht. & J.Presl 1822

Syn. Polypodium vulgare L. subsp. prionodes (Asch.) Rothm.

Polypodium vulgare forma prionodes Asch.

Polypodium australe auct., non Fée

Polypodium serratum auct., non (Willd.) Saut. nec Aubl.

Polypodium vulgare auct., non L.

Polypodium vulgare var. acutilobum Lej. & Courtois

Polypodium vulgare subsp. prionodes Asch.

Mittlerer Tüpfelfarn, Intermediate Polypody

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