1. Physcomitrium coorgense Broth. 狭叶立碗藓 xia-ye li-wan xian
Rec. Bot. Surv. India 1: 319. 1899. Type. India: Coorg, Verajpet, dry shady banks, Walker 170.
Plants very small, in loose tufts. Stems erect, simple, 3–5 mm high. Leaves smaller and sparse on lower stems, larger and crowded at stem tips, contorted when dry, erect-patent when moist, narrowly ligulate-lanceolate or oblong-lanceolate, 2.5–4.5 mm long, acuminate at the apex; margins serrate nearly throughout, bordered by 1–2 rows of narrowly rectangular cells; costa thick, percurrent; upper leaf cells shortly rectangular to nearly rhombic, ca. 40 µm × 15 µm; basal cells narrowly rectangular, ca. 110 µm × 30 µm. Autoicous. Setae slender, 5–15 mm long, yellowish red; capsules subspherical, ca. 1 mm long, with a very wide mouth, nearly as wide as the diameter of capsules (ca. 1.2 mm); opercula low-conic to convex with a small apiculus; annuli narrow and small; peristome absent. Calyptrae not seen. Spores large, spherical, 22–26 µm in diameter.