- Marsh Fern, Diplazium esculentum (Polypodiaceae)
- Common fern raised in the wet parts of Bali that is eaten as a vegetable
- hanging decoration with edges of a leaf cut diagonally into thin strips which are then looped over each other in horizontal pairs so that they protrude, giving an appearance something like that of a type of fern
Titiang mawasta paku jukut. Don rauh ringakah tis, punyan titiang taler tis. Yan sakittan arep mangan, ambil don titiang ane nguda-nguda anggen loloh, ra yuyu santen, bawan metambus.[example 1]
I am the edible fern (Diplazium esculentum). I am cold from my leaves to my roots and my stalk is also cold. If someone is sick and does not want to eat, take my young leaves as a herbal medicine, mix them with freshwater crab that has just changed its shell and shallots and roast the mixture.
Niki mawasta wit Paku
Ini bernama Pohon Paku
- Lontar Taru Pramana Usada III d 1854/12; disimpan dlm Gedong Kirtya, Singaraja, berdasarkan penelitian ilmiah Taru Pramana: Suatu Analisis Filologis dari Drs. I Wayan Sukersa, M.Hum