Asplenium adiantum-nigrum. BLACK SPLEENWORT. Perennial. Mt. Elden at about 7500 feet [K&P;].
Asplenium platyneuron. EBONY SPLEENWORT. Perennial. FNA range map shows this species occurring as a disjunct population in the middle of northern Arizona [FNA-2].
Asplenium resiliens. BLACK-STEMMED SPLEENWORT. BLACKSTEM SPLEENWORT. Perennial. Near Flagstaff (Coconino County), and in the mountains of Gila County, 2000-7000 feet [K&P;]. West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon of Coconino County [DP-21(1)].
Asplenium septentrionale. FORKED SPLEENWORT. Perennial. San Francisco Mountain, Mt. Elden, and Mogollon Rim, 8000-9000 feet [K&P;].
Asplenium trichomanes ssp. trichomanes. MAIDENHAIR SPLEENWORT. Perennial. Mountains of southern Coconino and Apache counties, Gila County; 6000-9000 feet [K&P;]. West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon of Coconino County [DP-21(1)]. Subspecific name from range listed and mapped in FNA.
~Asplenium trichomanes-ramosum. GREEN SPLEENWORT. BRIGHTGREEN SPLEENWORT. Perennial. FNA range map shows this species in the Four Corners area of Utah and Colorado. Look for it on the Arizona side of the border.
The genera Cystopteris, Dryopteris, and Woodsia, which have been included in this family, are here included in the Dryopteridaceae.