Parts of the frond Asplenium septentrionale.
In Russia, it is found in the Altai Territory, the Altai Republic, the Krasnoyarsk Territory, in the Republic of Tuva.
Asplenium septentrionale is a perennial, short rhizome, branched plant, 1-1.5 mm thick, with numerous remains of petioles and tangled roots. The leaves of Asplenium septentrionale are glabrous, evergreen, leathery, numerous. 8-20 cm long, on long petioles. Sori linear and long, located on a lobe, usually in two, less often one or three longitudinal rows.
Inhabits rocks, on southern rocky slopes, along cracks of dry rocks, less often in talus in the lower belt of mountains.
Growing area: Western Europe, the Russian Federation, including the Crimea, the Caucasus, Western Siberia, as well as the Balkans, Asia Minor, the Himalayas, North America.