Ferns and Fern Allies of Soldiers Delight

Ferns And Fern Allies Of Soldiers Delight

The Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area, consists of about 1,900 acres (7.7 km2) of land in Baltimore County, Maryland, USA. Much of the area of the Soldiers Delight NEA contains a serpentine barren that contains a number of rare and endangered species of plants.

The following list of clubmosses, spikemosses, horsetails and ferns comes from the publications by Fleming et al. 1995, Monteferrante 1973, Reed 1984, Wennerstrom 1995, and the unpublished data by Worthley 1955-1985.

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