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Connecticut Ferns
 
For an aid to fern identification in the field, see the Quick Guide to the Common Ferns of New England, prepared by CBS member Arieh Tal.

Click on a fern name for photos and information:

Common names
adder's-tongue, northern
bead fern
bladder fern, southern
bracken
brittle fern
brittle fern, lowland
brittle fern, Mackay's
broad beech fern
bulblet fern
chain fern, netted
Christmas fern
cinnamon fern
cliff fern, rusty
cliff-fern, blunt
cliffbrake, purple-stemmed
cliffbrake, slender
cliffbrake, smooth
climbing fern
crested fern
fancy fern
fragile fern
fragile fern, slender
glade fern, narrow-leaved
glade fern, silvery
Goldie's fern
grape fern, blunt-lobed
grape fern, cut-leaved
grape fern, daisyleaf
grape fern, dissected
grape fern, lance-leaved
grape fern, triangle
Hartford fern
hayscented fern
interrupted fern
lady fern
lipfern, hairy
long beech fern
maidenhair fern
marsh fern
Massachusetts fern
moonwort, daisyleaf
New York fern
oak fern
ostrich fern
pepperwort
polypody, Appalachian
polypody, common
polypody, rock
rattlesnake fern
royal fern
sensitive fern
spleenwort, ebony
spleenwort, maidenhair
spleenwort, mountain
spleenwort, narrow-leaved
spleenwort, silvery
Virginia chain fern
walking fern
wall-rue fern
water clover
water shamrock
woodfern, Boott's
woodfern, Clinton's
woodfern, crested
woodfern, evergreen
woodfern, intermediate
woodfern, marginal
woodfern, mountain
woodfern, spinulose
woodfern, toothed
woodsia, blunt-lobed
woodsia, rusty
  Scientific names
Adiantum pedatum
Anchistea virginica
Asplenium montanum
Asplenium platyneuron
Asplenium pycnocarpon
Asplenium rhizophyllum
Asplenium ruta-muraria
Asplenium trichomanes
Athyrium filix-femina
Athyrium pycnocarpon
Athyrium thelypteroides
Botrychium dissectum
Botrychium lanceolatum
Botrychium matricariifolium
Botrychium oneidense
Botrychium virginianum
Botrypus virginianus
Camptosorus rhizophyllus
Cheilanthes lanosa
Cryptogramma stelleri
Cystopteris bulbifera
Cystopteris fragilis
Cystopteris fragilis var. mackayi
Cystopteris fragilis var. protrusa
Cystopteris protrusa
Cystopteris tenuis
Dennstaedtia punctilobula
Deparia acrostichoides
Diplazium acrostichoides
Diplazium pycnocarpon
Dryopteris campyloptera
Dryopteris carthusiana
Dryopteris clintoniana
Dryopteris cristata
Dryopteris cristata var. clintoniana
Dryopteris goldiana
Dryopteris intermedia
Dryopteris marginalis
Dryopteris spinulosa
Dryopteris spinulosa var. americana
Dryopteris spinulosa var. intermedia
Dryopteris thelypteris
Dryopteris x boottii
Gymnocarpium dryopteris
Lygodium palmatum
Marsilea quadrifolia
Matteuccia struthiopteris
Onoclea sensibilis
Ophioglossum pusillum
Ophioglossum vulgatum var. pseudopodum
Osmunda cinnamomea
Osmunda claytoniana
Osmunda regalis
Parathelypteris noveboracensis
Parathelypteris simulata
Pellaea atropurpurea
Pellaea glabella
Phegopteris connectilis
Phegopteris hexagonoptera
Polypodium appalachianum
Polypodium virginianum
Polypodium vulgare
Polystichum acrostichoides
Pteretis pensylvanica
Pteridium aquilinum
Sceptridium dissectum
Sceptridium oneidense
Thelypteris hexagonoptera
Thelypteris noveboracensis
Thelypteris palustris
Thelypteris phegopteris
Thelypteris simulata
Thelypteris thelypteroides
Woodsia ilvensis
Woodsia obtusa
Woodwardia areolata
Woodwardia virginica

A note on the sources of our images: On some pages in the fern section, you will see scans of fronds that were picked. These fronds were not collected from the wild, but were taken from gardens with the owners' permission. CBS supports plant conservation, and we urge everyone to leave wild plants undisturbed.

Sources of information on the fern gallery pages.


Dryopteris x boottii image ©2002 Janet Novak.
Last updated September 15, 2010.