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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
CystopteridaceaeCystopteris bulbiferaBulblet Fern, Bulblet Bladder FernMoist outcrops and talus of calcareous rocks, rarely up to 1500 m elevation.NL (Newfoundland) west to MN, south to NC, nw. SC (Oconee County), nw. GA, AL, and AR; also disjunct in UT, AZ, NM, and w. TX.image of plant
CystopteridaceaeCystopteris fragilisFragile Fern, Brittle FernCliffs, ascending in our area to 1650 m.Circumboreal, in North America ranging from NL (Newfoundland) west to AK, south to MA, CT, NJ, montane NC, VA, w. OK, NM, and AZ; Central America.image of plant
CystopteridaceaeCystopteris laurentianaLaurentian Fragile FernCalcareous cliffs and ledges.NL west to ON, south to MA, PA, n. IL, and e. IA.image of plant
CystopteridaceaeCystopteris protrusaLowland Bladder FernRich woods or on moss- and soil-covered talus in boulderfields, loess bluffs, occasionally on ledges of rock outcrops.NY and ON west to MN, south to GA, Panhandle FL (Washington and Gadsden counties) (Wunderlin & Hansen 2006; L. Byrd, pers.comm., 2020), AL, MS, LA, e. TX, and OK.image of plant
CystopteridaceaeCystopteris tennesseensisTennessee Bladder FernMoist to dry outcrops of calcareous rocks, including coquina limestone (‘marl’) in the outer Coastal Plain.PA, KY, IL, WI, and IA south to NC, nw. GA, n. AL, AR, and OK.image of plant
CystopteridaceaeCystopteris tenuisMackay's Fragile Fern, Mackay's Bladder FernMoist outcrops and cliffs of metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, occasionally in moist soils near rock outcrops or moist soil banks.NL (Newfoundland) west to MN and NE, south to VA, IL, MO, and AR (Peck 2011), and in the mountains to NC, TN, and n. GA.image of plant

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