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Phlebodium aureum

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  1. an epiphytic fern native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas

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  2. Golden serpent fern or Cabbage palm fern; syn. Polypodium aureum, Polypodium leucotomos

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  3. confined to the eastern side of the continents, extending north into the United States to Florida and the extreme southeast of Georgia, and south through the Caribbean (the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and Lesser Antilles), and northern and eastern South Am

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  4. the only species of Phlebodium found in North America, the other ten or so species all confined to South America

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  5. Other common names include Calaguala (among Spanish speaking peoples), Kalawalla, Samambia, and Anapsos

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  6. a rhizomatous fern, with the creeping rhizome 8-15 mm (rarely 30 mm) in diameter, densely covered in the golden-brown scales that give the species its name

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