Rhizome short-creeping, erect or angled, scales dark brown. Fronds tufted, to 50 cm or more long. Blade divided 2-3 times, narrowly triangular in outline, pale green and shiny, upper branches without basal segments fused to the axis; stalk and midribs with long, soft hairs. Ultimate segments with pointed teeth. Sori round. Indusia hairless. Can grow in cool areas.
Recognition: Rhizome short-creeping; fronds tufted, divided 2-3 times; basal segments of upper branches not fused to branch axes; indusia hairless.
Australia (South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania).
Created by: Val Stajsic
Updated by: Val Stajsic, May 2018