Ferns and ClubmossesDicksonia antarctica  

Soft tree fern at Tidbinbilla

Dicksonia antarctica at Tidbinbilla - 29 Apr 2017

Identification history

Ferns and Clubmosses Dicksonia antarctica 30 Apr 2017 dcnichollsFounding Explorer - dcnicholls joined us in 2014! Confirmed
Ferns and Clubmosses Dicksonia antarctica 30 Apr 2017 MatthewFrawleyMultiple Significant Sightings - MatthewFrawley has made multiple, recognised, significant sightings and is a true NatureMapr!Bulk Reporter - MatthewFrawley has reported over 100 sightings! Suggested

Significant sighting

1 May 2017

This is an unrecorded location, though ferns have been recorded nearby. We are interested in knowing all locations of this fire sensitive species


   1 May 2017
Michael, this photo was taken along the Cascades Trail, and there were many of them there and I would have thought they'd have been reported before. My camera doesn't have GPS capability so I have pin pointed the location using Google Maps feature, so there is a chance I was inaccurate in my location.
dcnichollsFounding Explorer - dcnicholls joined us in 2014! wrote:
   1 May 2017
D. antarctica grows up most of the moist gullies in Tidbinbilla, quite common. Also look for Blechnum patersonii and Asplenium bulbiferum, usually near flowing or splashing water, often under the D. antarctica

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Sighting information

Sensitivity key

  • Highly sensitive
  • Sensitive
  • Not sensitive

Conservation key

  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Rare Native
  • Local Native
  • Non-local Native
  • Exotic
  • Noxious Pest (Exotic)
  • Locally Extinct

Dicksonia antarctica locations

Dicksonia antarctica has been recorded at:

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