Monographs Details: Brachiolejeunea bahamensis A.Evans
Authority: Britton, Nathaniel L. & Millspaugh, Charles F. 1920. The Bahama Flora.
Family:Lejeuneaceae
Description:Species Description - Dull green, varying to brown or almost black, scattered or growing in depressed mats. Dorsal lobe of leaves convolute about the stem when dry, squarrose when moist, about 0.9 mm. long; lobule usually with five or six teeth, each usually three or four cells long; leaf-cells averaging about 25 X 18 µ; underleaves broadly orbicular, rounded at base ; inflorescence autoecious ; male bracts in from three to ten pairs, the androceium often proliferating; female inflorescence usually with two innovations; bracts winged, the lobule obtuse, acute, or apiculate. Perianth with ten rounded keels, scarcely compressed.

Distribution:Great Abaco Bahamas South America| New Providence Bahamas South America| Crooked Island Bahamas South America| Florida United States of America North America| Cuba South America| Puerto Rico South America|