Lerina Nena, Miki, and Lilina
At the top of descent the number of ferns has expanded. Davallia solida var. solida is on a tree just before this location. Around this area are now found Nephrolepis, Cyclosorus maemonensis, Microsorum scolopendria, Asplenium nidus, Sphaeropteris nigricans, Haploteris elongata, Huperzia phlegmaria, and Asplenium laserpitiifolium.
Possibly Cephalomanes atrovirens
Deeper in the dark, ferny depths of the forest
Some of the trees with Antrophyum callifolium Blume (indigenous) (Syn reticulatum G.Forst) had fallen down, but the ferns were still extant.
Bryan Mwarike, Patty Mario near the Angiopteris evecta (not pictured)
The hike covered local names, some uses, and cases in which a particular plant has a cultural meaning. A lot to take in for the class this term.