I believe this is Lomaridium acutum, which is distributed in the tropical Andes and southeastern Brazil. This plant was terrestrial, but most members of the genus are epiphytic or possibly hemiepiphytic.
Collection Data (W. Testo 1434)
Classification & Common Names
- Class: Polypodiopsida
- Family: Blechnaceae
- Genus: Lomaridium C. Presl
- Species: Lomaridium acutum (Desv.) Gasper & V.A.O. Dittrich
- Common name(s):
General Collection Data
- Date: 19-VIII-2017
- Primary Collector & #: W. Testo 1434
- Collection Party: David Sanín, Gabriel Peñaloza, Sandra Urbano.
- Det. History: W Testo, October, 2017
- Habitat: Riparian forest
- Habit: Terrestrial
- Specimen Locations: BRIT, HUA, MO, UC, VT
Uncommon. Rhizome long creeping.
- Location: Reserva Natural La Planada – Ricaurte – Resguardo Indígena Awa de Ricaurte – Nariño – Colombia.
- Coordinates: 1.524N, 77.575W
- Elevation: 1750 m