Pellaea ternifolia subsp. villosa Windham
Family: Pteridaceae
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Petiole rounded or slightly flattened adaxially in distal portion; rachis villous, especially in axils of pinnae; pinnae with hairs scattered along main veins abaxially; largest ultimate segments (excluding terminal pinnae) usually more than 18 mm; spores averaging 46--53 ┬Ám diam. 2 n = 116. Sporulating summer--fall. Rocky slopes and ledges, on igneous substrates; 2300--2700 m; Tex.; Mexico. The only record of Pellaea ternifolia subsp. villosa from the flora is provided by a single plant collected in the Davis Mountains of western Texas.