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Polypodium glycyrrhiza (licorice fern)

Ferns Growing On Fallen Log


Altitude: 75m (246 feet)
Camera: Nikon D2x
Date: Saturday, August 25th, 2007 at 10:49 AM
Exposure: 1/2 sec at f9.0
ISO: 100 asa
Lens: 12-24mm f4G ED DX AF-S Zoom-Nikkor at 14mm
(equivalent field of view of a 21mm lens on a 35mm camera)
Location:
No Lawn Front Yard Large Enough To Play Football Fern Growing Out Of Mossy Trunk Fern Nearly Straight Fern With A Slight Twist Ferns Growing On Fallen Log Large Orange Fungus Scooters In Southlands White Crowned Sparrow Capstan With Water View No Lawn Front Yard Large Enough To Play Football Fern Growing Out Of Mossy Trunk Fern With A Slight Twist Ferns Growing On Fallen Log Nara Inspecting Her Shoes Boletus Mirabilis In The Moss Beans Picked For The Feast Freighters With Light Point Atkinson Lighthouse White Crowned Sparrow Capstan With Water View No Lawn Front Yard Large Enough To Play Football Fern Growing Out Of Mossy Trunk Fern With A Slight Twist Large Orange Fungus Nara Inspecting Her Shoes Boletus Mirabilis In The Moss Beans Picked For The Feast Freighters With Light Point Atkinson Lighthouse Left Side of Cove Panoramic Lost Lake View Of Power Lines White Crowned Sparrow Capstan With Water View No Lawn Front Yard Large Enough To Play Football Fern Growing Out Of Mossy Trunk Frilly Orange Caterpillar Helen And I Bright Yellow Iris With Ants Downtown Vancouver From Stanley Park Sea Terminal,  South Terminal,  Main Terminal Of YVR Left Side of Cove Panoramic Sea Lions on the Rocks Bumps on a Rail Lost Lake At Ladner Whiskey Cove, Belcarra At Crab Park
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Region: North America, Canada, British Columbia
Scientific Name: species related to Polypodium glycyrrhiza (licorice fern)
Tag: fern, Pacific Spirit Regional Park
Larger image: 1328 x 2000
Raw image: 2848 x 4288

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