3 thoughts on “Doryopteris”

  1. The tiny bulbil makes it likely that this is Doryopteris palmata. The three species, palmata, ludens and nobilis are very similar and have variable frond forms depending on maturity, light etc. They are all prone to black-fly and overwatering but don’t like to dry-out. They can be grown from the bulbils quite easily if the frond is cut off and kept on compost in a sealed container for a few weeks. Sometimes they rot off but not always.

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