2. Entosthodon Schwaegr. 梨蒴藓属 li-shuo xian shu
Sp. Musc. Frond., Suppl. 1, 2(1): 44. 1823. Physcomitrium sect. Entosthodon (Schwaegr.) C. Müll., Linnaea 18: 696. 1845. Funaria subgen. Entosthodon (Schwaegr.) Lindb., Musci Scand. 18. 1879. Funaria sect. Entosthodon (Schwaegr.) Braith., Brit. Moss Fl. 2: 130. 1890.
Plants small to medium-sized, yellowish green, in loose tufts. Stems erect, simple, rosulate, with numerous rhizoids at base. Leaves often crowded at stem tips, flexuous when dry, erect-spreading when moist, oblong-ovate to obovate or elliptic-lanceolate, acute or acuminate, sometimes piliferous at apex; margins entire below, serrulate above; costa usually ending below leaf apex, sometimes percurrent; upper and median leaf cells irregularly rhomboidal or hexagonal; basal cells laxly rectangular or narrowly rectangular; marginal cells narrowly rectangular or linear, slightly yellowish, forming a differentiated border. Autoicous, sometimes polygamous. Setae elongate, slender, yellowish; capsules erect, symmetric, narrowly pyriform, with a distinct neck; opercula convex-conic, nearly flat, sometimes with a small apicula; annuli none; peristome teeth single, reduced or absent. Calyptrae inflated-cucullate. Spores spherical to reniform, nearly smooth or reticulate.