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2Department of Biology, Vegetal Ecology Ecosystem Management Research Group, Antwerp University, Antwerp-Wilrijk, Belgium
This article mentions the presence of two new species or variation discovered and described once in the Kivu-Ruwenzori mountain system in D. R. Congo. The used methodology is related to taxonomy treatment of herbarium with macroscopic and microscopic observations of spores. We have also established chronological and ecological analysis. Loxogramme ntahobavukiana to simple fronds, pinnately lobed, notched, oblanceolate the base and without sori exindusiate, elongated, oblique to costa. While Lepisorus robbrechtiana was characterized by monomorphic fronds, with a tendency to fronds monomorphic, with a tendency of dimorphism, lamina of two kinds, assimilating holders of sori, long each lobed at the vein rib fork, and others are short integers and simple vein.