) Trevis. Earlier this genus was known in the Western Ghats of Southern India by two species, viz ., Colura calyptrifolia and C. leratii ( Singh et al . 2020 ). A detailed morpho-anatomical examination of the recent collections of bryophytes from the
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An illustrated account of Lejeunea cocoes Mitt. of Lejeuneaceae is reported for the first time from Peninsular India (Western Ghats, Kerala).
) , and later to Bryocrumia as B. andersonii (E. B. Bartram) L. E. Anderson (1980) . The other species was first described as Taxithelium vivicolor Broth. et Dixon ( Dixon 1914 ) from the Western Ghats of India. It was later transferred to
Ceratolejeunea belangeriana is added here to the liverwort flora of India from the Indira Gandhi National Park, Anamalais in the Western Ghats. A brief description together with illustrations are provided.
The Asian moss Wijkia baculifera (Dixon) H. A. Crum so far known from Northeast India and Myanmar, is added here to the moss flora of Peninsular India from the Western Ghats. A brief description with illustrations and photographic plate is provided.
The liverwort Calycularia crispula is added here to the liverwort flora of the Western Ghats in Peninsular India. A brief description with illustration is provided.
The moss Distichophyllum ceylanicum is added here to the bryoflora of India from the Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve in the southern Western Ghats. The species is described and illustrated.
(1975) , A. aulacophora is a disjunct species with an Afro-Australpacific distribution. Its discovery in the Western Ghats need not be a surprise since Africa, India and Australia were once part of the palaeocontinent the Gondwanaland. A detailed
The genus Calycularia of Calyculariaceae is reported for the first time from the Kerala part of the Western Ghats along with the species C. crispula.