Caption: A, Stem in situ with only stem tips and capsule emergent from the substratum. B, Stem leaf. C, Leaf from upper part of long branch. D, Leaf from middle part of long branch. E, Upper leaf of short branch. F, Middle leaf of short branch. G, Lower leaf of short branch. H, I, Leaf cells from abaxial (H) and adaxial (I) surfaces of apical part of stem leaf. J, K, Abaxial surface of mid-leaf cells of stem leaf. L, M, Abaxial (L) and adaxial (M) surfaces of median cells of leaves of a short branch. N, O, T.S. of middle part of stem leaf. P, T.S. of upper leaf of short branch. Q, T.S. of apical part of upper leaf of short branch, showing ringed pores. R, T.S. of basal part of upper leaf of short branch, showing papillae on walls of chlorophyllose cells and intricate pore-like structures on abaxial surface of hyalocysts. S, Part of T.S. of short branch. T, Part of T.S. of stem (holotype). Scale bars: 5 mm for plant. 1 mm for leaves. 100 ?m for cells and sections.
Reproduced with permission from R.D.Seppelt Hikobia 13: 180, fig 8 (2000).Illustrators: R.D. Seppelt
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