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The recipe calls for three-quarters of a cup of dill fronds, but I’ve used more.
To keep the frond in position it may be useful to put a book on the paper as it is spread out.
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Suddenly, however, I thought I detected a slight movement in a bracken frond beside the furze.
Each frond is composed of slender interwoven fibres with club-shaped filaments passing vertically to the surface.
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Its frond is tubular, and the spore-clusters are situated on the tips of the branches, surrounded by a whorl of small branchlets.
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The frond contains a single tube, and is jointed and forked, the joints being usually transparent.
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The tetraspores are either in cells at the edges of the frond or collected together in compact groups.
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The frond is very variable in form, being sometimes divided into very narrow segments, and sometimes quite undivided.
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The spores are on radiating threads, in globular conceptacles; and the tetraspores are in the outer divisions of the frond.
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A third species (P. palmettoides) has a very bright-red frond and an expanded root.
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