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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis ×averyiAvery’s Sword FernMesic hammocks, rockland hammocks, strand swamps, disturbed uplands.S. and c. peninsular FL; West Indies (Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico); Mexico.
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis biserrataGiant Sword FernDome swamps, strand swamps, wet hammocks, rockland hammocks, disturbed suburban areas.Native of the tropics and subtropics of both hemispheres.
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis browniiAsian Sword FernOpen, disturbed areas.Native of Old World tropics and subtropics.image of plant
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis cordifolia var. cordifoliaNarrow Sword FernSwamps and hammocks, disturbed moist and wet areas; probably not native in FL (or other states of the Southeastern US).Pantropical, the original distribution obscure.image of plant
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis exaltata ssp. exaltataWild Sword Fern, Wild Boston FernEpiphytic or terrestrial in a range of open to shaded moist habitats.Panhandle and ne. FL south to s. FL; West Indies; Central and South America; widely introduced elsewhere. Marginally present in GA (Jekyll island, Glynn County, Max Medley, pers.comm. 2022), where it seemed to have been in place for several years but then died; not likely to become established, but included because it is likely to be observed occasionally where it appears to be naturalized, or at least stably persistent.image of plant
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis hirsutulaScaly Sword FernRockland hammocks, disturbed uplands.Native of tropical Asia and Australia.image of plant
NephrolepidaceaeNephrolepis hybrid 1Boston FernPersistent and spreading asexually from horticultural use; of horticultural origin.

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