ophioglossum engelmannii, _limestone_glade, _chickamauga_and_chattanooga_national_battlefield_park, _catoosa_county, _georgia_2, I_AMC6699
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Limestone adderstongue is a fern and uncommon in Georgia. It grows in thin soils covering limestone. The fertile portion of the frond is the "rattlesnake rattle" looking structure. This plant is not fully developed. For more information: plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=OPEN


title ophioglossum engelmannii, limestone glade, chickamauga and chattanooga national battlefield park, catoosa county, georgia 2
date yyyymmdd hr:mn 2009:04:19 11:43:21
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