Asplenium holophlebium is a common low-canopy epiphyte at Quebrada Gonzalez in Braulio Carillo National Park. Observations made by Wes Testo suggest that it may be hemiepiphytic, but more study is needed.
Classification & Common Names
- Class: Polypodiopsida
- Family: Aspleniaceae
- Genus: Asplenium L.
- Species: Asplenium holophlebium Baker
- Common name(s):
General Observation Data
- Date: 4-I-2015
- Habitat: Evergreen rainforest
- Habit: Epiphyte, Hemiepiphyte
- Location: Quebrada González - Braulio Carrillo National Park – – Guápiles – Limón – Costa Rica.
- Coordinates: 10.161719, -83.937792
- Elevation: 500 m
Woah that’s really exciting! I saw these little dudes often in Monteverde and Nectandra, but had no idea who they were!
Glad these photos helped Alexandria! Isn’t this an amazing fern?