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*Cheilanthes viridis (Forsskål) Swartz var. viridis . Green Cliffbrake. Hab: Wet hammocks, outcrop of Altamaha Grit. Dist: Native of Africa. This species is naturalized on an Altamaha Grit outcrop in Coffee County, GA (J. Allison, pers. comm.).

Origin/Endemic status: Subsaharan Africa

Other Comments: Various infraspecific taxa have been recognized in the native range.

Synonymy: = Yatskievych (2020); = n/a – FNA2; = Pellaea viridis (Forssk.) Prantl var. viridis; < Cheilanthes viridis (Forssk.) Sw.; < Hemionitis viridis (Forssk.) Christenh. – Christenhusz, Fay, & Byng (2018); < Oeosporangium viride (Forssk.) Fraser-Jenk. & Pariyar – K4; < Pellaea viridis (Forssk.) Prantl – Fl1, K1, K3, WH3

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