What is this little thing in my fern’s soil

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I’m not a plant expert so I’m sure it’s something very trivial and boring but I found this little green seed/ deflated grape looking thing sitting on top of the soil of my rabbit’s foot fern, and have no idea what it is!

My guess is a rhizome that never properly formed???

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Not sure but welcome to the forum :)
 
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Put it back and watch what grows. Maybe a pod from outer space...
 
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Hello, and welcome to the Forums.

It looks like a Sedum leaf beginning to root into a new plant, perhaps Sedum x rubrotinctum.
Such succulents make attractive, easy care plants. Obviously, they are easy to propagate as well.
 

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