Selaginella devolii sp. nov. is described from four populations located in central and southern Taiwan. It is an annual prostrate lycophyte, growing on moist rocky slopes. Its diagnostic characteristics include its small size, tiny broadly ovate trophophylls, complanate strobili, and sporangia which are only formed at the ventral sporophylls. Notes on taxonomy and distribution and a line illustration are provided.

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Chang, H.-M, Lu, P.-F, Hsu, T.-C, & Chiou, W.-L. (2011). Selaginella devolii (Selaginellaceae), a new species from Taiwan. Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants, 56(1), 21–23.