Ecology: Shrubby tepui forest; on logs and soil. Elevation: 1800-2000 m in Venezuela. Central America (Panama), Greater Antilles, Trinidad, Venezuela, and the Guianas.
Campylopus cubensis is characterized by the large plants to 7 cm, erect, long lanceolate leaves to 7 mm, long excurrent, toothed costa, in cross-section costa with dorsal and ventral stereids upper lamina cells rectangular, 4-6x1, basal cells thick walled and porose, well developed alar cells.
Specimens: VENEZUELA. Bolívar: Steyermark 109788 (NY).