This photo is looking skyward from underneath a maidenhair fern that was growing on a limestone wall along a creek.
Asplenium x heteroresiliens
Morzenti's Spleenwort Fern is a cross between A. heterochronum and A. resiliens. Notice the black stipe or stem, a characteristic of several spleenworts.
The sporangia are the "grapes" of the Grape Fern.
This is the classic spiral of the fern fiddlehead as a new frond unfurls.
This was taken in the early evening when the sun was low in the sky.
This epiphytic fern often grows on the bootjacks of Cabbage Palms. It is also know as Rabbit's Foot Fern because of its fuzzy or furry rhizomes.
Pleopeltis polypodioides var. michauxiana
One way to identify this Christmas Fern is to look for the "stocking" that is hanging from the stipe or stalk of the fern frond.