Definition of Smooth woodsia
1. Noun. Rock-inhabiting fern of Arctic and subarctic Europe to eastern Asia.
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Literary usage of Smooth woodsia
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1. How to Know the Ferns: A Guide to the Names, Haunts, and Habits of Our by Frances Theodora Parsons (1899)
"smooth woodsia Woodsia glabella Northern New ... The smooth woodsia closely resembles the Northern Woodsia, and one may expect to find it in much the same ..."
2. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord Britton, Addison Brown (1913)
"... R. Br. smooth woodsia. Woodsia glabella R. Br. App. Franklin's Journ. 754. 1823. Rootstocks small, ascending, densely clustered. ..."
3. Catalogue of the Flora of Minnesota Including Its Phaenogamous and Vascular by Warren Upham (1884)
"Eaton's Ferns of NA] W. glabella,R. Br. smooth woodsia. North of lake Superior (at Kakabeka falls), Macoun; doubtless also to be found in northern Minnesota ..."
4. Annual Report by University of Minnesota Board of Regents (1884)
"... more obtuse, and less divided pinna;. Eaton's Ferns of JV. A.] W. glabella, R. Br. smooth woodsia. North of lake Superior (at Kakabeka falls), ..."
5. Bulletin by Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (1914)
"W. glabella R. Br. smooth woodsia. Willoughby Lake, (Torrey); Mt. Mansfield and Bakersfield Ledge, (Pringle); Quechee Gulf, (Balch); Mt. Horrid, Rochester, ..."