During preparation of the taxonomic treatment of Davalliaceae for the Flora of China, it was noticed that specimens of Davallia Sm. collected from Guangxi Province, China, differed from other known species in the Davalliaceae. Davallia napoensis F. G. Wang & F. W. Xing is herein described and illustrated as new to science. It is morphologically similar to D. solida (G. Forst.) Sw., but differs mainly by its rhizome scales that are triangular, with an obtuse apex and glabrous margin, the petiole of the lamina 20–24 cm long, and the widely crateriform and basifixed indusium.
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