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NARROW (formerly Long) BEE CHFERN. Thelypteris phegopteris. This specimen was found in early Sept. on a moist wooded hillside on the Don River, near Toronto. It may also be found on cliffs. It may easily be recognized by the noticeable downward and forward position of the lowest pair of pinnae. Downy, triangle-shaped, bright green fronds wither early.

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WINGED (formerly BROAD) BEECHFERN. Thelypteris hexagongptera. Notice very large and broad bottom fresh green pinnae, and the ferny odor when crushed. Tiny round fruit-dots near margins and along rnidveins show in June and mature in August. Notice continuous irregularly shaped wings along the main stem.

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