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Yes, the nervature speaks for Microsorum. If the midvein (underside) of the leaves looks hairy (has scales), it's for sure M. pteropus.
[edit] Also if adventitious plantlets develop on the leaves, it belongs to pteropus. Proliferating leaves aren't known from other species of Microsorum and other related genera, AFAIK.
 
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