The Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, by Walter Erhardt, Erich Götz, Allen J. Coombes, Nils Bödeker, Siegmund Seybold (Timber Press, 2010), p. 129Asplenium
(J.Sm.) Hook. • E: Bird’s Nest Fern
, Crow’s Nest
; G: Nestfarnhttp://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/tax...
Taxon: Asplenium australasicum
(J. Sm.) Hook.
(Source: F Aust ) – Englishhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AspleniumAsplenium australasicum
(J.Sm.) Hook. – Crow’s-nest Fernhttp://rainforest-australia.com/Birds%20Nest%...Bird’s Nest Fern
: Asplenium australasicum
Like most tree ferns, the Bird’s Nest
is popular and pilfered.
It is also known as the Crow’s Nest Fern
Distribution: Wet forests and rainforests of south and central coasts of New South Wales and coastal Queensland to Cape York. The species also occurs in Asia.
Common Name: Bird’s nest fernhttp://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/67048/
PlantFiles: Bird’s Nest FernAsplenium australasicumhttp://www.brisrain.webcentral.com.au/01_cms/...Asplenium australasicum
(ASPLENIACEAE); Bird’s nest fern
, crow’s nest fernhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/blackdiamondimag...Asplenium australasicum
– Birds Nest Fern
, Crows Nest Fernhttp://www.calyx.com.au/asplenium.htmlBird’s Nest Fern
Also called crow’s nest fern
. The commonly grown species is Asplenium australasicum
…http://www.burkesbackyard.com.au/2000/archive...Bird’s nest fern
)Also known as Crow’s nest fern
, this species has undivided, pale green leathery fronds to 1m (3’) long. It is found in Australia and the South Pacific, and grows naturally on trees or on rocks.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bird’s-nest_fernBird’s-nest ferns
is a common name applied to several related species of ferns in the genus Asplenium
. They grow in a tight, nest-like clump with a linguate leaf rosette and are usually epiphytic, growing in trees. Bird’s-nest Fern
may also be seen growing on rocks and they will grow in the ground, too.
The best-known species is A. nidus
; others include A. australasicum
), Asplenium antiquum
and A. serratum
(wild bird’s-nest Fern).http://www.worldlingo.com/ma/enwiki/de/AspleniumAsplenium australasicum
– Krähe-Nest Farn