Belongs within: Bryophyta. Archidium is a genus of very small mosses typically found growing on soil in open sites. Capsules are sessile, spherical and cleistocarpous (Dixon 1924). Characters (from Spence 2007): Plants mostly green. Stems terete, 1-20 mm. Leaves of distal portions of stems and of perichaetia ovate, ovate-lanceolate, linear-lanceolate to triangular, often reduced and… Continue reading Archidium

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