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Blechnum fullagarii is a fern in the Blechnaceae family. The specific epithet honours James Fullagar, who collected plants on Lord Howe Island for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne.
Blechnum fullagarii Wikipedia
The plant is a terrestrial or lithophytic fern. The prominent rhizome has narrow and twisted apical scales. Its fronds are 30–50 cm long and 8–14 cm wide.
The fern is endemic to Australia’s subtropical Lord Howe Island in the Tasman Sea. It is restricted to the cloud forest on the summit of Mount Gower.