Adiantum tenerum, Swartz. Lvs. deltoid, 12-24 in. long. two-thirds as wide, the terminal lfts. equally, the lateral unequally, wedge-shaped at base, all of them rhombic and deciduous when dry, with 10 or less small sori on the outer and inner margins. A. Lathomii, A. Victoriae, A. rhodophyllum, A. princeps, A. acutum, and A. Bausei are horticultural forms. Fla. and Trop. Amer.
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