Cinnamon Fern (Osmundastrum sp.) (Upcoming, arrives in update 2.1.0) Edit
- Height: 1 block
- Spreads near water
- Time: Late Cretaceous - Present
- Native biome(s): None (obtain from fossils)
- Edible to herbivores
Cinnamon ferns (genus Osmundastrum) are leptosporangiate ferns that today can be found in the Americas and eastern Asia. They are typically found in bogs, swamps and moist woodlands. In late spring, they develop several spore-bearing fronds that gradually turn a cinnamon-like shade of brown, giving them their name. Fossils of these ferns date back to the Late Cretaceous, around 80-75 million years ago.