The first two are Adiantum philippense subsp. philippense.  I didn't know
people were still sometimes using its synonym, A. lunulatum, but that is
very much outdated.  The correct name is A. philippense.  See S.C. Verma &
Fraser-Jenkins' paper on the nomenclature and the cyto-subspecies.
.......................
Chris Fraser-Jenkins.

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Date: 30 July 2018 at 16:39
Subject: [efloraofindia:301509] PM 30-07-2018. Id confirmation Adiantum
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Dear members
presenting few images of Adiantum sp.
Pic 1, 2. I think it is Adiantum lunulatum? photographed at Mandi, H.P.,
23-07-2018.

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