Large, epiphytic, ferns found in wet, tropical areas like the rainforests between Cairns and Cape Tribulation
Often mistaken for Asplenium australasicum, this fern is native to the tropical rainforests of north eastern Queensland
A very attractive climbing fern with tough, wire like, stems, native to north east Queensland and Polynesia
This is the most common tree fern of both the coastal and highland rainforests of tropical Queensland.
A common fern, seen growing on rocks or on other trees in the rainforest.
Commonly seen in disturbed areas, like roadside embankments, this fern forms in masses as it spreads over a wide area.
This giant fern can have fronds up to 9 metres long (the longest of any fern in the world) and has been at home in Australia for over 300 million years.