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Tuatara: Volume 12, Issue 3, November 1964

Plate 2 — 31. (a) Ephemeropsis trentepohlioides, part of tuft with young capsules and male flowers; (b) Enlarged piece showing male flowers. 32. Fissidens leptocladus showing terminal seta. 33. Cyathophorum bulbosum, lower side, showing the three rows of leaves and capsules. 34. Hypopterygium setigerum showing umbrella-like growth habit. 35. Pterygophyllum dentatum showing leaves inserted in several rows but spreading laterally to form a flattened ‘frond’. 36. Hedwigia albicans with immersed ca…

Plate 2 31. (a) Ephemeropsis trentepohlioides, part of tuft with young capsules and male flowers; (b) Enlarged piece showing male flowers. 32. Fissidens leptocladus showing terminal seta. 33. Cyathophorum bulbosum, lower side, showing the three rows of leaves and capsules. 34. Hypopterygium setigerum showing umbrella-like growth habit. 35. Pterygophyllum dentatum showing leaves inserted in several rows but spreading laterally to form a flattened ‘frond’. 36. Hedwigia albicans with immersed capsules. 37. Leptobryum pyriforme. 38. Macromitrium longipes. 39. Physcomitrium conicum with gymnostomous capsule. 40. Thuidium furfurosum with bi-pinnate branching. 41. Weymouthia mollis showing irregular or sub-pinnate branching. 42. Dicranoloma fasciatum showing the perichaetial leaves sheathing the whole seta. 43. Tetraphidopsis pusillus showing terminal heads of gemmae. 44. Hypnum cupressiforme with the densely placed curved leaves giving the stems a turgid appearance. 45. Fringed cucullate calyptra of Campylopus torquatus. 46. Entire mitriform calyptra of Cyathophorum bolbosum.

Plate 2
31. (a) Ephemeropsis trentepohlioides, part of tuft with young capsules and male flowers; (b) Enlarged piece showing male flowers. 32. Fissidens leptocladus showing terminal seta. 33. Cyathophorum bulbosum, lower side, showing the three rows of leaves and capsules. 34. Hypopterygium setigerum showing umbrella-like growth habit. 35. Pterygophyllum dentatum showing leaves inserted in several rows but spreading laterally to form a flattened ‘frond’. 36. Hedwigia albicans with immersed capsules. 37. Leptobryum pyriforme. 38. Macromitrium longipes. 39. Physcomitrium conicum with gymnostomous capsule. 40. Thuidium furfurosum with bi-pinnate branching. 41. Weymouthia mollis showing irregular or sub-pinnate branching. 42. Dicranoloma fasciatum showing the perichaetial leaves sheathing the whole seta. 43. Tetraphidopsis pusillus showing terminal heads of gemmae. 44. Hypnum cupressiforme with the densely placed curved leaves giving the stems a turgid appearance. 45. Fringed cucullate calyptra of Campylopus torquatus. 46. Entire mitriform calyptra of Cyathophorum bolbosum.