P. kunzeana J. Agardh Terrestrial, 0.5-2.5 m tall; rhizome erect to creeping with scales narrowly triangular, thick and dark with a thin, flaky margin. Leaves 2-pinnate, rarely almost 3-pinnate at base, moderately pinnatifid; petioles about as long as blades, light brown, shiny; leaflets oblong-lanceolate, tapered to a narrowly triangular, acuminate, sharply serrate apex, lobed to the middle or beyond, glabrous or minutely appressed-pubescent, especially below, not drying shiny; main midrib awned at middle of each lobe; lobes to ca 1 cm broad, to 1.5 cm on juveniles; sterile margins entire to sharply serrate, sometimes with a broad sinus between terminal lobes; veins areolate with 2 or more areolae along the main midrib between the midribs of lateral lobes. Sori elongate, borne along margin of lobes, including sinus, except near apex of lobes; indusium narrow. Croat 11285. Apparently rare, in ravines.Mexico to Brazil and Bolivia; West Indies. In Panama, known from tropical moist forest on the Pacific slope in the Canal Zone, Chiriqui, Veraguas, and Panama, from premontane wet forest in Chiriqui, Coclé, and Panama, from tropical wet forest in Chiriqui and Panama, and from lower montane moist and wet forests in Chiriqui.