2. Anomodon dentatus C. Gao 齿缘牛舌藓 chi-yuan niu-she xian
Fl. Musc. Chin. Boreali-Orient. 380. f. 165. 2, 170. 1977. Type. China: Jilin Prov., Mt. Changbai, C. Gao 1231 (holotype IFSBH).
Plants large, rigid, dark green. Primary stems creeping, secondary stems erect or ascending, 4–8 cm long; central strand absent. Leaves crowded, crisped when dry, erect-spreading when moist, 1.5–3.0 mm long, gradually narrowed from a widely ovate base to an oblong-lingulate acumen, obtuse at the apex, grossly dentate; costa thick, up to leaf apex; leaf cells small, nearly quadrate, multipapillose, upper cells 5.0–7.5 µm, basal median cells narrowly oblong-oval or oval, hyaline, rarely remotely papillose, 7–10 × 30–50 µm. Sporophytes unknown.