Author: Jan Scholten
German: Verschiedenblättrige Kammkelchmoos; Zweizähniges Kammkelchmoos.
Clades: Geocalycaceae, Jungemanniales.
Botany: leafy liverwort; yellowish light green and often grow in extended flat coatings. The shoots are up to 3 cm long and 2 mm wide and are often abundantly branched. The moss is also macroscopically easily recognizable, since the flanks are divided in the lower part to 1/3 in 2 triangular lobes and in the upper part, however, are completely rounded. The liverwort grows on low-limbed, moderately acidic to neutral, moist, partially shaded locations. It inhabits rotten, fresh coniferous or hardwood, is also found on dead plant remains, rocks. It likes to grow together with Tetraphis pellucida.