Accepted name: Humata immersa
Rhizome long-creeping, 6-7 mm thick with fronds well separated; hairs dense and woolly; scales pale brown. Fronds thin, soft, hairless, pale green. Blade to 40 cm long, oblong in outline, divided 4 times. Segments mostly coarsely toothed, those on the lowest branches stalked. Sori at ends of veins, one to each segment, to 2 mm wide.
Needs shelter and warmth.
Taiwan and Malesia to India.
Indusia attached at the base only.
Source: (1995). Davalliaceae. In: . Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 1, Ferns, conifers & their allies. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.