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 Histiopteris incisa   Histiopteris incisa


Moist habitats in montane forests and on streambanks.


Common at all altitudes

Flowering time


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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