Aspidotis Carlotta-Halliae

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Aspidotis carlotta-halliae
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1968
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tufted lacefern (english)
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Aspidotis carlotta-halliae
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Aspidotis carlotta-halliae is a species of perennial fern known by the common names tufted lacefern and Carlotta Hall's lace fern. It is endemic to California, where it is found in the Central Coast Ranges and coastal hillsides, often on serpentine soils. This species is a fertile hybrid between Aspidotis californica and Aspidotis densa. The fern was named for fern collector Carlotta Case Hall, who coauthored the 1912 botanical guide A Yosemite Flora with her husband, botanist Harvey Monroe Hall.
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Tufted lacefern
Hemionitis carlotta-halliae
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