Angiopteris Evecta - Australia, New Guinea, Polynesia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Angiopteris evecta, commonly known as the Giant Fern, is a rare plant occurring in eastern and northern . Also found growing in nearby islands such as and various places in and . Listed as by extinction in , where it has been recorded growing in sub tropical rainforest, in the valley of the . It is an invasive species in . Angiopteris evecta is the of the genus . It was originally described as Polypodium evectum by in 1786, before being reclassified and given its current binomial name in 1796 by . The species name is the adjective evectus "swollen" or "inflated". Common names include giant fern , king fern, oriental vessel fern, and mule's foot fern.
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