broader and longer (4m). Young fronds crimson red. Sometimes seen
in our back mangroves especially on mud lobster mounds.
thinner and shorter (1.5m). Young fronds green or brownish-green.
Sometimes seen in our back mangroves, especially on mud lobster mounds.
fronds (1cm) without stalks, round or oval. Spore-bearing fronds narrow,
long (3-15cm) and stalked. Grows on trees, coating them in an armour
of green scales. Common not only in mangroves but also elsewhere.
fronds, broad, very long (50-150cm), black central rib, emerge as
a rosette on big trees. Dead fronds form a skirt under green fronds.
Common not only in mangroves but also elsewhere.