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Be consistent in the capitalization of the common name.
I don't think imperial conversions should be necessary for measurements of less than a cm, but I don't see why you only convert one measurement in the first paragraph of "Description" section among the several you give.
Removed conversions of the mm. The inconsistency was an oversight.
Some jargon needs explanation: you say that it is pseudopedate and not pedate, but not what "pedate" actually means.
"Green Mountain maidenhair largely reproduces rather than by branching."—missing some words
Please expand the lead; it should probably be two or three paragraphs.
How do you know the fern in the picture is really viridimontanum?
It was growing in thin, probably acidic soil on a roadcut at one of the exact locations for the species described by Zika & Dann and subsequently by Paris. The habitat's definitely wrong for A. pedatum.
Otherwise looking good. A range map would be a nice addition, though this is going to be difficult as the exact location of the Quebec occurrences doesn't seem to have been published. Ucucha (talk) 14:00, 4 September 2011 (UTC)
There's a range map in a French-language publication available through Google Scholar, apparently based on an unpublished report by Geoffrey Hall compiled in 1999. Who can help me assemble a range map?
I've also supplied a reference that the discovery of A. viridimontanum on Deer Isle has been confirmed. I'm working on the two points as yet unanswered above. Choess (talk) 21:45, 4 September 2011 (UTC)
Okay. I've spun off two new articles on pedate and pseudopedate, since they have a more general applicability, and reduced the amount of description here. (The distinction's really not that relevant to the general reader.) I think that covers all the points in the original review, although if you have any pointers to tools etc. for creating a range map, I'd be happy to work on that, too. Choess (talk) 02:51, 10 September 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for the fixes; I'll now pass the article as a GA. Range maps are usually made simply by editing a map in an image editing program like Inkscape or Gimp; I wrote a program (User:Ucucha/Mapper) that can add pins at given coordinates to a map, but I haven't made it work with North America yet. Ucucha (talk) 15:18, 10 September 2011 (UTC)
I have now (subsequent to GA promotion) added a range map, plus a new tidbit on the likely maternal origins of the hybrid. Choess (talk) 07:51, 24 November 2011 (UTC)
Can I suggest that the picture needs cropping closer to the fern that is the subject, because I am seeing two ferns of distinctly different form in this picture, along with the blackberry leaves or whatever they are. Amandajm (talk) 03:09, 27 November 2013 (UTC)