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5 m tall, sometimes gemmiferous in upper axils; stipe greyish straw-coloured, 30–112 cm long, deeply trisulcate above, with dense scales at base but ±glabrous. 5 cm long, 3–7 mm wide; lobes themselves mostly deeply crenate-lobed (up to ±3 mm) but those on apical pinnules and towards apex of basal pinnules are ±entire. 5 mm long, 1–18 per pinnule lobe (one at base of each Flora of tropical East Africa 28 secondary lobe of the lobe); paraphyses dense; indusium covering and attached all round the sorus, bursting irregularly into lobes and leaving a cup and remnants or dorsally dehiscent.
TANZANIA. Morogoro District: Uluguru Mts, E slope of Bondwa, 26 Sept. 1970, Faden et al. 70/635! DISTR. T 6 HAB. Montane evergreen rainforest; 1650 m SYN. D. sp. A; Schippers in Fern Gaz. 14:205 (1993) NOTE. Material has been annotated with a specific epithet based on ‘Uluguru’ but this has not been published (see Johns, Pterid. : 84 (1991). I have therefore taken up the name. 6. D. humbertii (C. ) Pic. Serm. in Webbia 27:444 (1973) (‘1972’). 5–2 mm wide, reticulate, mostly black-edged, entire, not filiform at apex.
Ulugurense Verdc, sp. nov. affinis D. humbertii (C. ) Pic. , pinnis, pinnulis et lobis ultimis pinnularum minoribus, lobis ipsis magis quadratis breviter crenato-dentatis vel subintegris haud profunde pinnatifidis differt. Typus: Tanzania, Morogoro District, Uluguru Mts, E slope of Bondwa, Faden et al. 2–2 mm wide, attenuate, not black-margined and with few simple trichomes, prominently reticulately nerved. 2 m tall; stipe 46 cm long, scaly at base. 7 cm wide, shortly narrowed at the apex, crenate to distinctly pinnatifid; ultimate lobes of largest pinnae in ±7 pairs, ± square, up to 8 mm long, 6 mm wide, crenate-toothed.