Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Histiopteris incisa

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 Histiopteris incisa   Histiopteris incisa


Moist habitats in montane forests and on streambanks.


Common at all altitudes

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Forms large clumps, in sun or shade in moist habitats, especially streambanks. Plants often die down in winter months. Leaf blade (lamina) lanceolate in outline, 1m long x 380mm wide; veins on pinnae are conspicuous. Sori are long and marginal. From Greek: histion, web; pteris, a fern; referring to the network of veins.

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2017 / 3 / 23