5. Calymperes levyanum Besch. var. hainanense Reese & P.-J. Lin 拟花叶藓海南变种 ni-hua-ye xian hai-nan bian-zhong
Bryologist 94: 70. 1991. Type. China: Hainan province, Ling-shui Co., ca. 11 km NE of Diao-luo Shan Forestry Station, ca. 18°40'N, 109°55'E, Reese et al. 17942 (holotype IBSC; isotypes H, LAF, MO, NY, PE).
Plants small, with stemless appearance, dark green. Stems very short; rhizoids glossy blackish-red. Leaves monomorphic, curled when dry, straight and ascending when moist, mostly to 7–8(–9) mm long, linear above slightly broader base, abruptly or gradually pointed, with often abundant pale axillary hairs with longest median cells mostly 3–4 times as long as wide; cells of upper laminae often bistratose, transversely elongate to isodiametric, typically pluripapillose abaxially and adaxially but in some leaves nearly smooth; margins thickened, entire to remotely denticulate at midleaf, doubly toothed distally, teniolae lacking; distal cells of cancellinae sharply demarcated from adjacent green cells of upper laminae. Gemmae infrequent, adaxially located on leaf tips. Sporophytes not seen.