Flora of the Southeastern United States
2022 Edition


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Phegopteris taiwaniana T. Fujiwara, Ogiso, & Serizawa. Japanese Beech Fern. Hab: Vertical rock outcrops, moist slopes. Dist: Native of e. and se. Asia. This species is naturalizing on sandstone cliffs, other outcrops, rocky banks at scattered locations around the Southeastern United States, and seems likely to become more common. See Florez-Parra & Keener (2016) for additional information.

Origin/Endemic status: E. and se. Asia

Syn: = Fujiwara et al (2021); < Phegopteris decursive-pinnata – FoC, K3, K4, Fawcett & Smith (2021), Patel, Fawcett, & Gilman (2019), orthographic variant

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