Rhizome creeping; scales dark brown. Blade to 60 cm or so long, divided 4 times, pale, dull and soft, with hairs between the veins; stalk scaly and with pale to brownish hairs at the base. Ultimate segments more or less oblong, blunt or pointed, all axes with sparse hairs. Sori in a row just below the segment margin. Indusia blackish when mature. Needs shelter and warmth.
Recognition: Frond softly textured, dull above with soft white hairs between the veins.
Australia (Queensland), India, New Caledonia, Fiji, Malesia, Taiwan, Sri Lanka.
Created by: Val Stajsic
Updated by: Val Stajsic, May 2018