Similar to D. pectinata, but with a pair of reduced accessory pinnae at most leaf nodes; the plant glabrous throughout; the veins of the leaflets 2-4-forked, darker, not at all raised. Kenoyer 4. Found in same habitats as D. pectinata. Collected once by Kenoyer, and possibly no longer present on the island. Southern Mexico to Colombia and along the Andes to Brazil and Peru, mainly at lower elevations; West Indies. In Panama, known principally from tropical moist forest in the Canal Zone, Veraguas, Herrera, Panama, and Darien, but also from premontane wet forest in Panama (Cerro Campana).