Blechnum orientale L., Sp. Pl. 2: 1077 1077 1753. ;
Pteris sp. from Kamrup district, Assam:
Location: Kamrup district, Assam
Family : Pteridaceae
Genus & species : Pteris sp.
Habitat: Grows wild on hilly slopes
Habit : Herb
Sporophyte : Sorus not found
Blechnum sps. , possibly Blechnum orientale.
No, that’s Blechnum orientale. The only generally similar Pteris is P. vittata (subsp. vittata in Kamrup), which has more, more crowded and narrower pinnae and only gradually reducing at the base, not suddenly so (and young fronds are not pink, then yellow, as in the Blechnum). When fertile they are easy to distinguish as the Blechnum has sori a bit apart from the costa, not at the edge as in P. vittata – but these photos are only young, small plants so not fertile yet.
SK1252 03 JUL 2018 : 10 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Location: Durpin Dada, Kalimpong, WB, India
Date: 15 May 2018
Altitude: 4500 ft.
Habit : Wild.
it may be Blechnum orientale, please check
Thank you …! Looks matching.
Blechnopsis orientalis (L.) C. Presl
Nepali Name: हत्ता जोरी Hatta Joree
However, I wish validation from …
Sterile fronds, sori not shown, frond upper part – not the characteristic base. Almost no diagnostic characters shown in the photo!
Sorry I could not capture as expected.
To me looks different from images at Blechnum orientale
If that’s the same poor photo without bases shown, yes, I did already identify it as B. orientale.
Blechnum orientale L. SN18420a : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1) – 4 mb.
Blechnum orientale L.
A wild fern with pinnate long frond (leaf), sporangia along the mid rib.
? Blechnum orientale: 4 high res. images.
Location: South west maharashtra– W. ghats. near Amboli, along stream banks, single.
size of fronds- upto 60cm.
Blechnum – I assume it’s juvenile B. orientale?
Yes, this is juvenile baby of Blechnum orientale