Colonies grow through asexual budding. The growing season extends from March to September, with colonies remaining dormant from October to February. During the first year of growth, colonies grow as flat incrustations on the substratum, with erect growth beginning from the second year onwards. Annual growth checks, in the form of lines across the frond surface are frequently visible, and can be useful in ageing a colony. Colonies are typically expected to live for around 12 years.
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