Diplazium esculentum is usually has bipinnate leaves. I have provisionally identified this collection as that species with the assumption that it is juvenile form or regional variation. Corrections or suggestions are appreciated.

Collection Data (M. Sundue & H. Maraia 4230)

Classification & Common Names

General Collection Data
  • Date: 04-XI-2016
  • Primary Collector & #: M. Sundue & H. Maraia 4230
  • Collection Party: Irene Engilis, Alan Hitch, Ed de Vogel, John Trochet, Nittya Semard, Allen Allison, Raymon Joshua, Kore Maraia, Dabio, Alois Gambia
  • Det. History: M. Sundue
  • Habitat: Castanopsis forest
  • Habit: Terrestrial
  • Specimen Locations: LAE, VT
Additional Comments

Collection Location