Dicranales (subclass Bryidae) An order of mosses, which may be large or small. The leaves are long, and narrow to ovoid; each has a single nerve. Genera include Dicranella, Ceratodon, Dicranoweisia, Dicranum, Campylopus, and Leucobryum. Species are numerous and widespread, found on a range of substrates.
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