What is another word for fragile fern?

Pronunciation: [fɹˈad͡ʒa͡ɪl fˈɜːn] (IPA)

Fragile fern, also known as herb Christopher and brittle fern, is a delicate fern with wiry and thin stems that grow up to 12 inches tall. It is commonly found in moist and shady areas, such as forests, woodlands, and rocky cliffs. Fragile fern is also commonly known as ukryta, hidden fern, and pecker's foot, due to its unique appearance. Another synonym for fragile fern is Cystopteris fragilis, which is its scientific name. The stem and leaves of the fragile fern are thin and break easily, hence the name "fragile." Its light green foliage is a sight to behold, and its numerous synonyms only add more mystery to this unique fern.

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