Drynaria (Bory) J.Sm.
Description of the genus
Large epiphytes with thick fleshy creeping rhizomes. Fronds dimorphic; sterile humus-collecting erect fronds sessile, persistent, oblong, shallowly lobed, soon becoming brown and accumulating plant detritus; fertile fronds horizontal or pendulous, deeply pinnatifid with adnate articulated pinna-like segments; venation obvious, finely reticulate with included veinlets. Sori round, superficial, without paraphyses.
Worldwide: A tropical genus of 16 species, occurring mainly in Asia and Australasia
We have 2 taxa in the database for Drynaria.