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A climbing forest fern, Lygodium articulatum (family Schizaeaceae), found in the North Island of New Zealand and used by Maori in weaving and basketry and by others as cordage or for makeshift bedding.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Liddiard Nicholas (1784–1868). From Maori mangemange.
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