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Pteris vittata

 

Terrestrial herbs, 10- 80 cm height; rhizome erect, 1-3 x 0.5-1.5 cm, densely scaly; scales 3 x 1 cm, lanceolate, entire, pale brown; leaves simple pinnate, pale green, to 5-80 x 5-40 cm, stipe 2-50 cm long, green, scaly, grooved above, rounded below; lamina 10-60 x 5-50 cm, simple pinnate, pale green; pinnae, oblong, acuminate ore linear, 3-40 x 2-4 cm, gradually reduced towards base, basal pinnae ovate or oblong, auricled, sori linear along the margins, covered by translucent reflexed margins; spores trilete, pale brown, 47-50 x 40-43 um.
Growing in a vide range of habitats from side of canal, stone walls of buildings to earth cuttings from sea level to forest areas.
Tropics and sub tropics of the world
(Attributions- K. P. Rajesh from India Biodiversity Portal)

 
Pteris vittata, commonly known variously as the Chinese brake,[3] Chinese ladder brake,[3] or simply ladder brake,[3] is a fern species in the Pteridoideae subfamily of the Pteridaceae.[4]  
It is indigenous to Asia, tropical Africa and Australia.[3] The type specimen was collected in China by Pehr Osbeck.[1]   
Although it grows readily in the wild, Pteris vittata is sometimes cultivated.[3] It is grown in gardens for its attractive appearance,[3] or used in pollution control schemes:[3] it is known to be a hyperaccumulator plant of arsenic used in phytoremediation.[9] 
 (From Wikipedia on 14.7.14)
 
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Nov 2011
Kindly Id this wild herb growing in moist area at Pune
I do not know whether to call this stipe and rachis but it is white hairy
Leaves greyish green with wavy margins.
New leaf appears very hairy
No flowers and fruits seen
Looks like young plant of Pteris to me. may be Pteris vittata.
Typical Pteris vittata subsp. vittata, common by the view-point on the main highway road on the way up to Pune.
 
 
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Epiphytic orchid in Manipur No. 2:  Please take a look at this one also, found about the same altitude on Khayangphung, E. Manipur at approx 1800m and flowering in late November. It was growing on a fallen log.
This looks like Eria vittata to me.
Its Eria vittata...…


 
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Fern For ID : Jim Corbett,Uttarakhand : 270614 : AK-56 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1).  
Fern seen deep inside the moist forest on 20/5/14.
Kindly id.
the fern may be Pteris vitata
There are two simply pinnate species in the photo - the one with the narrow pinnae is Pteris vittata subsp. emodi, which occurs from lower altitude up to mid altitude and occurs throughout the Himalayan region, and in China, but not in C. and S. India (where only subsp. vittata occurs - both are common in the Indo-Himalayan region).
The one with the broad pinnae is Thelypteris (sect. Cyclosorus, subsect. Pronephrium) nudata - another lower-mid altitude species.
 
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Pteris vittata ABJUL01/01 : 2 posts by 1 author. 5 images. 
I photographed this fern first on May 15 when it was still uncurling and looked very appealing with its geometrical forms. I waited for the sori to develop and photographed it again yesterday. Unfortunately, it was on a slope by the road verge and I couldn’t reach the base to show the stipe and smaller pair of pinnae ascending from below. But the accompanying pictures strongly pointed it to be Pteris vittata. Please correct me if I am wrong. With this I have recorded four species of Pteris here including P. aspericaulis, P. cretica and P. terminalis.
Pteris vittata
Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1750m
30 June 2015
15 May photo of uncurling; 
Pinna at the apex suggesting Pteris species;
Thin, closely placed pinnae in pairs;
And the sori;
Superb !  Yes, P. vittata subsp. emodi
 
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SK 2651 08 July 2020 : 12 posts by 2 authors. 4 images- 7 mb each.
Location: Suryabinayak, Bhaktapur
Date: 07 July 2020
Elevation: 1519 m.
Habit : Wild 
Angiopteris sp. ??

Pteris vittata L. according to ...! 

Pteris vittata

may be Pteris vittata
It's Pteris vittata
 


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