Cyathea spinulosa Wall. ex Hook.
Family : Cyatheaceae
Local name : nd
Trunk arborescent, erect, massive; tipes and rachis strongly aculeate or spiny, scaly at base, dark-purple; lamina bipinnate; sori large, round, copious near the costules or main veins, indusium completely covering the sorus when young; spores irregular in shape; pale-brown, hyaline.
Distribution : Common in moist shady forest near foothills
Uses : Leaves used in cuts and wounds.
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