Rhizome short-creeping, thick; scales brown. Fronds to 80 cm long or so. Blades broadly triangular in outline, divided 3-4 times, dull green, densely hairy, upper branches with basal lobes generally fused to the axis; stalk scaly at the base. Ultimate segments with pointed tips. Sori round, scattered. Indusia pale brown, sometimes shed early. Can grow in cool areas.
Recognition: Hairy fronds; upper branches with basal segments fused to stalk; sori pale brown, scattered.
Australia (Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Norfolk Island).
Created by: Val Stajsic
Updated by: Val Stajsic, May 2018