Athyrium archboldii – Famine Foods

Athyrium archboldii


Papua New Guinea (Southern Highlands Province): young fronds eaten by the Wola people.

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[NB Sillitoe, in the source document, gives Diplazium as the genus; for this plant; however, there is no listing for it anywhere else. Parris (q.v.) identifies the genus as Athyrium].

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