This appears to be a species in Thelypteris subg. Amauropelta sect. Lepidoneuron following Smith’s 1974 classification. It appears similar to T. arborea, but differs by having fully 2-pinnate laminae. The habit is sub-scandent, reminiscent of T. pteroidea.

Collection Data (M. Sundue & A. Vasco 1326)

Classification & Common Names

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Additional Comments

Bosque muy húmedo montano alto, pendiente oriental de la cordillera Oriental. Terrestrial, along road and stream banks, rhizomes within soil, petioles ca. 0.5 m, fronds subscandent, rachis and petiole with large aerophores.

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