Cephalozia (order Jungermanniales) A genus of leafy liverworts. C. bicuspidata is a very common species. It is very small, with thread-like stems bearing two ranks of pale green leaves; each leaf is deeply divided into two pointed lobes. Flagella may be present. It is found in wet acidic habitats, including banks, woodland paths, Sphagnum bogs, etc.
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