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NZ Plants

Campylopus introflexus

Family: Leucobryaceae

Campylopus introflexus is a common terrestrial moss characterised by erect, narrow-lanceolate leaves terminating fine tips (hair points) that are spreading-to-reflexed when dry. The seta (capsule stalk) is bent or curved when dry and bears a  horizontally oriented and grooved capsule.
Found throughout New Zealand on roadside banks and open scrub and forest.