What is another word for Deparia Acrostichoides?

Pronunciation: [dɪpˈe͡əɹi͡əɹ ˈakɹəstˌɪt͡ʃɔ͡ɪdz] (IPA)

Deparia acrostichoides is a fern species commonly known as the silvery spleenwort or the coastal silver spleenwort. In scientific nomenclature, it also goes by the synonyms Athyrium acrostichoides and Diplazium acrostichoides. The fern is native to North America and can be found along stream banks, shady woods, and moist rocks. The silvery spleenwort is characterized by its delicate, silvery-green fronds that form a clumping habit. It is an excellent choice for shady gardens and as a groundcover. In addition to its ornamental value, the fern has medicinal properties and has been used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments.

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