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C. t o s. CA, east t o central ID, and w. MT. 2. Chei lanthes feei Moore Feels L i p Fern Feels l i p f e r n i s closely simi tar t o Cheilanthes graci llima. The lance-shaped t o egg-shaped Leaf blades, though scaleless, are so densely covered with long, tawny h a i r s on t h e i r underside that the surface i s obscured. The upper surface i s merely sparsely long-hairy. a. Adiantum pedatum b. Aspidotis densa e. Cheilanthes gracillima c. Athyrium fiiix-femina d. A. distentifolium POLYPOD IACEAE Feels l i p f e r n i s r a r e and i n our area found only on calcareous substrates.
Aerial vegetative stems appearing flattened Aerial vegetative stems appearing t o have whorls of ascending leaves 1. 2. 2. 1. 3 . ( 5 ) C, sitchense S t i f f Clubmoss The main stems of t h i s species are prostrate or arching and give r i s e t o erect, leafy branches that often d i v i d e and have elongated clusters (cones) of moderately d i f f e r e n t i a t e d f e r t i l e leaves a t the tips. The Vegetative leaves o f the branches are 5-11 mn long and appear t o be i n whorls o f 4 on the stem.
Hitch. These L i t t l e Grape Fern L i t t l e grape f e r n i s generally 3-10 cm (2-4 i n ) t a l l with the s t e r i l e blade attached t o the comon stem a t o r near ground level. The nearly sessile s t e r i l e blade i s usually about 6 cm (2 i n ) long, and pinnately divided, the louest p a i r of lobes are lobed again and usually larger than the others. The f e r t i l e blade i s 2-8 cm (1-3 i n ) long, and the f r u i t i n g spike i s simple or, more often, compound. This species has been collected a t 2350 m (7,700 f t ) on East St.