Bryomanginia Thér., Trav. Cryptog. Déd. L. Mangin 8. 1931.
Plants, small, densely tufted, reddish black, fastigiate branched; stem with the central strand poorly developed. Leaves oblong-linear; costa single, poorly differentiated in transverse section; cells incrassate, oval and bulging mammillose above, thin-walled and elongate below, basal marginal cells hyaline. Setae short; capsules cladocarpous, small, urn-shaped, immersed; stomata absent; annuli large, well-developed, persistent; peristome absent. Calyptrae cucullate. Spores bipolar, distally rugose.