Monographs Details: Frullania squarrosa (Reinw., Blume & Nees) Dumort.
Authority: Britton, Nathaniel L. & Millspaugh, Charles F. 1920. The Bahama Flora.
Family:Frullaniaceae
Description:Species Description - Dark green or pigmented with brown, scattered or growing in depressed mats. Leaves imbricated, the lobe rolled around the stem when dry, strongly squarrose when moist, ovate, rounded at the apex, and entire ; lobule about as broad as long; underleaves bifid, usually with entire margins; inflorescence dioecious ; female inflorescence borne on a short and simple branch, bracts in about three pairs; perianth oblong, without supplementary keels, surface more or less roughened by scattered tubercles or scales, especially along the keels.

Distribution:Grand Bahama Bahamas South America| Berry Islands Bahamas South America| Eleuthera Bahamas South America| Anguilla South America| Connecticut United States of America North America| Ohio United States of America North America| Florida United States of America North America| Louisiana United States of America North America| Bermuda South America|