Humata immersa (Wall. ex C. Presl) Mett.

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: Spencer, R. (1995). Davalliaceae. In: Spencer, R.. 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. (as Leucostegia immerse)

kingdom Plantae
phylum   Tracheophyta
class    Polypodiopsida
order     Polypodiales
family      Davalliaceae
genus       Humata Cav.