Apparenly endemic to South Florida, although both parents are in the Bahamas and Cuba.
Map of select IRC data for peninsular Florida
NatureServe Global Status:
Florida Natural Areas Inventory State Status:
Presumed Extirpated or Extinct
IRC SOUTH FLORIDA Status:
Presumed Extirpated or Extinct in the Wild
SOUTH FLORIDA Occurrence:
SOUTH FLORIDA Native Status:
South Florida History and Distribution:
Ranked as presumed extirpated in Rare Plants of South Florida (Gann et al. 2002
; pp 106-107) based on several collections from 1903 to 1940 from Hattie Bauer Hammock in southern Miami-Dade County. No new records are known.
SOUTH FLORIDA Cultivated Status:
This was a naturally occurring hybrid between Tectaria coriandrifolia
and Tectaria fimbriata