Monographs Details: Triandrophyllum georgiense (Steph.) Fulford & Hatcher
Authority: Fulford, Margaret H. 1963. Manual of the leafy Hepaticae of Latin America--Part I. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 11: 1-172.
Description:Species Description - Plants small, brown, tending to be erect, radially symmetric, scattered among other bryophytes; stems slender, to 2 cm long, with leaves to 1 mm wide, simple; stem in transverse section 8-10 cells in diameter, cells of the unistratose cortical layer smaller and with thicker walls than those of the medula. Line of leaf insertion oblique, only slightly decurved at the dorsal end, with the leaves incubous. Rhizoids not seen. Leaves distant, patent, subsymmetric, ovate to ovate-truncate, concave, to 0.9 mm long, to 0.7 mm wide, the margins entire, usually with a small appendage at the dorsal base, occasionally with one or two very small teeth on the lower margins, bifid to one-half of their length; segments triangular from a broad base, acute, the sinus broad; leaf-cells at the base of the segment 24-27 X 22-24 µ, the walls uniformly thickened, the trigones very small or indistinct, the cuticle verruculose to striolate. Underleaves similar to the leaves, scarcely smaller. Male and female inflorescences and sporophyte not seen. Fig. 3, a-e.

Discussion:Isotachis georgiensis Stephani, Schwed. Siidpolar Exped. 1901-03 41: 4. f. 4. 1905. Herpocladium antarcticum Stephani, Sv. Vet.-akad. Handl. 469: 66. f. 25 a. 1911.
Distribution:South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands South America|