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I was so sure of this, but apparently the underside is meant to tomentose and not scaly, and this one was definitely scaly. So does that make it another frond of C. covillei, just not curled up?

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Lip Ferns - Photo (c) Lorraine Phelan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
kueda's ID: Lip Ferns (Genus Cheilanthes)
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Coville's Lipfern - Photo (c) Jason Hollinger, some rights reserved (CC BY)
choess's ID: Coville's Lipfern (Cheilanthes covillei)

https://www.flickr.com/photos/suecarnahan/13426654223/ is M. wootonii, but it looks like, yes, the "beady" Myriopteris can uncurl and produce an appearance like this.

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Lip Ferns - Photo (c) Lorraine Phelan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
kueda's ID: Lip Ferns (Genus Cheilanthes)
Lip Ferns - Photo (c) Lorraine Phelan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
Community ID: Lip Ferns (Genus Cheilanthes)
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Coville's Lipfern - Photo (c) Jason Hollinger, some rights reserved (CC BY)
choess's ID: Coville's Lipfern (Cheilanthes covillei)
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