Monographs Details: Campylium halleri (Sw. ex Hedw.) Lindb.
Authority: Sharp, Aaron J., et al. 1994. The Moss Flora of Mexico. Part Two: Orthotrichales to Polytrichales. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 69 (2)
Description:Distribution and Ecology - On rock, presumably calcareous, in pine forest at about 11,200 m Nuevo Le6n (summit of Cerro Potosf, Whittemore et al. 2373, MEXU).—Northeastern Mexico, southeastern Canada; Alaska to Alberta and Colorado; northern and central Europe (and reported from the Caucasus, Himalayas. China, and Japan).


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C. halleri (Hedw.) Lindb., Musci Scand. 38: 1879.

Hypnum halleri Hedw., Sp. Muse 279. 1801.

Campyhphyllum halleri (Hedw.) Fleisch. in Hederschee, Nova Guinea 12(1 Bot., 2): 123. 1914.

The species is recognized by its small size, shiny yellow-brown color, and squarrose-recurved leaves with margins revolute below.

Distribution:Mexico North America| Canada North America| United States of America North America| Europe| China Asia|