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Ferns next to Afon Mellte, Brecons Beacons, Wales
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Ferns next to Afon Mellte, Brecons Beacons, Wales

A fern (Polypodiopsida or Polypodiophyta) is a member of a group of vascular plants (plants with xylem and phloem) that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. They differ from mosses and other bryophytes by being vascular, i.e. having specialized tissues that conduct water and nutrients and in having life cycles in which the branched sporophyte is the dominant phase. Ferns have complex leaves called megaphylls, that are more complex than the microphylls of clubmosses.
Ferns first appear in the fossil record about 360 million years ago in the middle Devonian period, but many of the current families and species did not appear until roughly 145 million years ago in the early Cretaceous, after flowering plants came to dominate many environments. The fern Osmunda claytoniana is a paramount example of evolutionary stasis; paleontological evidence indicates it has remained unchanged, even at the level of fossilized nuclei and chromosomes, for at least 180 million years.

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  • pamaladawn
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    1 month ago
    Awesome capture!
  • coastpac
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    1 month ago
    Beautiful
  • wolf22flow
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    1 month ago
    Beautiful picture

  • Ivory
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    1 month ago
    Beautiful
  • Amr Taha
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    1 month ago
    love the colors
    • scdronemedia
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      1 month ago
      Thank you very much for the share
    • scdronemedia
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      1 month ago
      Thank you very much. I think ferns are my favourite plants
  • CreativeGaz
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    1 month ago
    Love ferns
    • scdronemedia
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      1 month ago
      Many thanks Gary. Me too. They mostly grow in woods which I also love.
  • topazlavrish
    1 month ago
    So vibrant
    • scdronemedia
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      1 month ago
      Thank you. I love ferns.
  • Xenia Pl
    1 month ago
    Wow,stunning shot