Distinctive diminutive perennial herb to 2.5 cm with one to three broad, erect leaves 2 cm long and 10 mm wide, fleshy not divided.
Characteristic fertile spike contains two rows of spore-bearing structures.
Fronds appear after late winter or early spring rains, soon withering. Even when fully grown, this fern is often overlooked because of its small size. Forms colonies. Almost cosmopolitan in distribution.
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia