8. Campylopodiella Card. 拟扭柄藓属 ni niu-bing xian shu
Bull. Herb. Boissier sér. 2, 8: 90. 1908.
Plants small to minute, yellowish green to yellowish brown, in loose to compact tufts. Stems radiculose, simple or branched; brood bodies absent. Leaves erect-patent, appressed or somewhat secund, rarely homomallous, linear-lanceolate; margins entire or serrulate at the tips; costa relatively broad, filling 1/3 – 2/3 the leaf base width, almost all of the subula, excurrent, in cross section, with a median row of disconnected stereid cells, enclosed by a row of large, thin-walled, hyaline cells on both surfaces; laminal cells thin-walled, smooth, oblong-hexagonal in the shoulder, elongate-rectangular near the base, marginal cells narrower; alar cells weakly differentiated. Dioicous or paroicous. Setae yellowish to reddish brown, erect; capsules erect, elliptic to cylindric, yellowish, without stomata; opercula long-rostrate; annuli well developed, in 2 rows, revolute; peristome teeth divided halfway down or nearly to the base, papillose or striate at the base. Calyptrae cucullate, ciliate or nearly entire at the base. Spores papillose.