Pteridophyte List for the Ascension Island

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FamilySpeciesIndigenousStatusPersistenceNotes
PteridaceaeAnogramma ascensionisYesEndemicSurvivingOnly one individual surviving in the wild
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AspleniaceaeAsplenium ascensionisYesEndemicSurviving
PolypodiaceaeStenogrammitis ascensionensisYesEndemicSurviving
MarattiaceaePtisana purpurascensYesEndemicSurviving
PteridaceaePteris adscensionisYesEndemicSurviving
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis sp.YesPossibly endemicSurvivingA very scaly species with uncertain affinties: intermediate between N. biserrata, N. hirsutula and N. brownii
HymenophyllaceaeHymenophyllum capillaceumYesNear endemicSurviving
LycopodiaceaeLycopodiella cernuumYesNativeSurviving
DennstaedtiaceaeHistiopteris incisaYesNativeSurviving
OphioglossaceaeOphioglossum polyphyllumYesNativeSurviving
PsilotaceaePsilotum nudumYesNativeSurviving
ThelypteridaceaeChristella parasiticaYesNativeSurviving
DryopteridaceaeDryopteris ascensionisYesEndemicExtinctLast recorded in the 1950s
LycopodiaceaePhlegmariurus saururusYesNativeExtinctLast recorded in the 1890s
BlechnaceaeBlechnum punctulatumYesNativeExtinctLast recorded in the 1960s
AspleniaceaeAsplenium aethiopicum?Possibly nativeExtinctNot recorded since the 1960s but quite possibly native
DennstaedtiaceaeHypolepis rugosula?Possibly nativeExtinctNot recorded since the 1800s but quite possibly native
PteridaceaeAdiantum capillus-venerisNoInvasiveSurviving
PteridaceaeAdiantum raddianumNoInvasiveSurviving
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis exaltataNoLocally invasiveSurviving
PolypodiaceaePlatycerium bifurcatumNoNaturalisedSurviving
PteridaceaePteris creticaNoNaturalisedSurviving
PolypodiaceaePhlebodium aureumNoNaturalisedSurviving