The species of Gleicheniaceae are tipically common on road banks and open areas. They are easy to recognize because their leaves fork repeatedly. Sticherus revolutus has leaves forking 3-4 times. The pinnae are linear and the segments are coriaceous, with recurved margins and a bluish-green abaxial surface.


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