Description of the genus
Terrestrial, lithophytic or sometimes epiphytic plants. Rhizome long creeping; rhizome scales entire to subentire, brown. Lamina deltoid to braodly ovate, 2- to 4-pinnatifid, coriaceous, glabrous. Pinnae costae without raised edges on the upper surface; ultimate segments rhomboid and auricled, basal lower pinnae oblique; veins free. Sori round, dorsal or subterminal on veins; indusia peltate or orbicular-reniform, long-stalked, spores monolete.
Derivation of name: rumohra: named after Karl von Rumohr Holstein, German botanist of the 19th century.
Worldwide: c. 5 species, circum-austral distribution.
We have 1 taxa in the database for Rumohra.