The plant family Aspleniaceae was named and described by Edward Newman in the History of British Ferns in 1840.
As of 11-18-22 when this page was last updated, Plants of the World Online lists 24 genera in this family of ferns.
I have only grown 2 species in the family. The Asplenium nudus in the above photograph and Athyrium niponicum ‘Pictum’ below. You can click on their name to go to their page. I also found an Asplenium platyneuron (Ebony Spleenwort) growing in the flower bed along the north side of the house in 2021. I don’t have a page for it yet but it spread a little. Hopefully, it is here to stay.
For further information on this family of plants, please click on the links below. They take you directly to the page for the family.