Definition of Anemia adiantifolia
1. Noun. Fern of Florida and West Indies and Central America with rhizome densely clad in grown hairs.
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Literary usage of Anemia adiantifolia
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1. A Monograph of the British Eocene Flora by John Starkie Gardner, Constantin Baron Ettingshausen (1882)
"It bears no very striking resemblance to any existing Fern, but the one most like it is anemia adiantifolia, indigenous to America from Florida to Mexico ..."
2. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.), Wild Flower Preservation Society of America (1902)
"Pteris longifolia and anemia adiantifolia are ferns which I have found only on the old coral rock of extreme southern Florida, on the southeast shore of the ..."
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