Hooked or curved like a sickle.
Branches erect and close to central axis.
A type of wet land that accumulates peat deposits. Fens are less acidic than bogs, deriving most of their water from groundwater rich in calcium and magnesium.
Rust–like (a colour term)
Fronds that bear sporangia.
Thread like, resembling a filament.
Branching at a very wide angle with stiff intertwined stems.
Plural of fimbria: Fringe. A fimbria is composed of many fimbrillae (individual hair-like structures).
Limp, not rigid, flabby.
A projecting rim.
With curves or bends.
Having tufts of soft woolly hairs
A small flower, usually one of a cluster - the head of a daisy for example.
When a small number of plants (and therefore their genes) from a larger population are selected some genetic information is lost.
A leaf, the complete leaf of a fern including the stipe and lamina
Broadest near the middle and tapering toward both ends.