Monographs Details: Lopholejeunea sagraeana (Mont.) Schiffn.
Authority: Britton, Nathaniel L. & Millspaugh, Charles F. 1920. The Bahama Flora.
Family:Lejeuneaceae
Description:Species Description - Brownish or blackish green, more or less glossy, growing in depressed mats. Leaves imbricated, the dorsal lobe widely spreading, oblong-ovate, about 0.75 m. long,, rounded; apical tooth of lobule often indistinct; leaf-cells apparently uniformly thickened except for minute pits, averaging about 20 µ ; underleaves subimbricated, reniform; inflorescence normally autoecious; perichaetial bracts larger than the leaves, the dorsal one suborbicular, coarsely toothed, the lobule in the form of a minute basal tooth ; bracteole entire or nearly so ; perianth oval to obovate in outline, the beak short and the wings deeply and closely laciniate.

Distribution:Andros Island Bahamas South America| New Providence Bahamas South America| Florida United States of America North America|