Monographs Details: Frullania obcordata Lehm. & Lindenb.
Authority: Britton, Nathaniel L. & Millspaugh, Charles F. 1920. The Bahama Flora.
Family:Frullaniaceae
Description:Species Description - Yellowish green to reddish brown, growing scattered or in closely appressed mats. Leaves closely imbricated, the dorsal lobe convex, ovate, about 0.7 mm. long; lobule short-clavate, inflated throughout, spreading at a wide angle; leaf-cells with more or less distinct trigones, averaging about 18m; underleaves subimbricated, orbicular, bifid about one half with obtuse or subacute divisions and sinus; inflorescence autoecious; androecia occupying short branches in the vicinity of the female inflorescence, the bracts in one or two pairs; female branch long, the bracts in three or four pairs, the innermost with ovate, obtuse or apieulate, entire lobes and smaller subacute lobules ; bracteole free or slightly connate, bifid about one third; perianth obcuneate, the beak in a slight depression, lateral keels and the single ventral keel distinct.

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