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The "foot" part is the rhizome, so yes, as long as you get enough of it you should be able to propagate it that way.
 

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In my experience with propagating ferns that grow similar to Rabbit's Foot, and Rabbit's Foot itself, it seems to be important to get at least one leaf, and if possible two or three for best results. The way that I have had best luck is on very moist sphagnum, and making sure I never allow it to dry. Even doing it this way, it seems to take quite a while (3ish months) which when you consider how slow ferns grow, this really isnt that bad. Good luck!
 

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I wonder if you dried it and rubbed it, whether it would bring good luck...:D
 
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