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5 mm, entire or nearly so, golden brown, flat, lax, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially densely pubescent, sparsely scaly, the hairs 0.
5 mm, brown, lanceolate, lustrous, appressed to spreading, twisted (but not tortuous), sparsely denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, non-scaly, the hairs 0.
6 mm long, 3-5-celled, reddish, spreading, the scales clathrate, denticulate to ciliate, sometimes darker apically, non-bullate, reddish, not bullate, of two types, small ones ca.
5 mm long, brown, lanceolate, subentire, not clathrate, bullate, adaxially densely pubescent, sparsely glandular, the hairs and glands similar to those of the abaxial side; basal basiscopic pinnules of medial pinnae not enlarged or overlapping the lamina rachis; costules abaxially glandular, pubescent, sparsely scaly, the glands ca.
Megalastrum crenulans is characterized by indusiate sori and bullate scales on the pinna rachises and costules.
4 mm, lanceolate, brown, firm, dull, spreading, denticulate to entire, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, pubescent, the hairs ca.
5 mm, brown, lanceolate, spreading, denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially densely pubescent, scaly, the hairs 0.
Scales on the abaxial surfaces of the costae and costules sub-bullate to bullate
0 mm long, bullate, brown, ovate-lanceolate; costules on abaxial surfaces non-glandular, pubescent, hairs 0.
Megalastrum abundans is characterized by bullate scales on the pinna rachis and costules abaxially, lamina tissue glabrous adaxially between veins, veins pubescent adaxially, and non-indusiate sori (Fig.
Megalastrum abundans differs by numerous bullate scales on the pinna rachises and costules abaxially, sparser pubescence of the laminae abaxially, absence of glandular hairs, and lack of indusia (Fig.
1 mm long, bullate, subentire, adaxially pubescent, hairs 0.