1. Bryonoguchia brevifolia S.-Y. Zeng 短叶毛羽藓 duan-ye mao-yu xian
Acta Bot. Yunnan. 13(4): 377. 1991. Type. China: Yunnan, Wei-xi Co., Weidong, alt. 3000 m, D.-C. Zhang 743a (holotype HKAS).
Plants large, up to 8 cm long, rather rigid, yellowish green, not shining, in tufted and in interwoven patches. Stems often forkedly pinnately branched; branches 1.0–1.2 cm long, apex caudate; paraphyllia irregularly forkedly branched, dense on stems. Stem leaves suddenly narrowed from widely cordate base to a short apex, multiplicate; margins irregularly grossly serrate; costa stout, reaching leaf apex; leaf cells linear, usually smooth; branch leaves ovate to triangularly ovate, other characters similar to those of stem leaves. Sporophytes not seen.