Acrostichum aureum

Acrostichum aureum grows outside of Petén, in Chiapas, Tabasco,

Campeche, Yucatán, Quintana Roo, and Belize. They are on the banks of a river, on the edge of a swamp or swamp. The young leaves are eaten and used as fodder for animals.

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Acrostichum aureum is potentially edible, growing most efficiently along the edge of seasonally elevated rivers. Its roots are not under water all year. This specie is used by native groups in their medical crops, usually the ferns are used ornamentally, in gardens, even inside houses.

Nicholas Hellmuth

December 2021

Compilation of Basic Data From Earlier Botanists:
Nicholas Hellmuth

Nicholas Hellmuth
María Alejandra Gutiérrez
David Arrivillaga

Vivian Diaz

Layout of this English Edition:
Andrea Sánchez Díaz

Layout of this English Edition:
Heidy Galindo


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