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NZ Plants

Campylopus clavatus

Family: Leucobryaceae

Campylopus clavatus is a common terrestrial moss characterised by erect, narrow-lanceolate leaves terminating in erect, fine tips (hair points). Capsules are erect and smooth. Sometimes placed in the Dicranaceae.
Widespread in New Zealand on clay banks and open areas in forest and scrub.