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    Hey,
    If anyone has Tassel ferns (Huperzia, Lycopodium) please PM or email me.

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    I do. Do you need spores later on in the season or do you want a whole plant? I have a nice baby from spores that is about 3" in diameter. Healthy little bugger.

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    I'm not looking for Polypodium - which is also called Japanes Tassle Fern.

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    I've got Polystichum polyblepharum. Joe, look up an image. It's a beautiful fern. If you'd like one, just send me your address as I'll be mailing out auction wins here as soon as they start posting who has paid. Seriously, I've got to go to the PO anyway so it's no big deal. No trade is necessary.

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    are tassel ferns auctually mosses?

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    No, the Tassel Fern I have is actually a fern. It's part of the Aspidiaceae Family-
    http://www.plantdelights.com/Catalog...ail/01266.html
    This is where I bought mine from a few years ago.

    Here's a close up image-
    http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts....um.html

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    yeah but that's not what he's talking about. i think he's talking about what i "think" is a type of giant club moss

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    Thats the kind I'm talkin about.

    JLAP,
    Some do look like giant clubmoss but I'm not sure if thats a common name or any relation to them. I think they are more related to Platycerium. I am having a hard time finding them in U.S. - AU has many nurseries with them for sale.
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