The tightly packed shoots of this species form light green tufts 2–6cm tall, usually with abundant capsules. The leaves are 3–5mm long with a smooth margin (entire). They are drawn out to a long, thin wavy tip (ovate-lanceolate). Upright, cylindrical capsules are borne on a long, thick seta up to 3 cm long, and have a conspicuously long, thickened neck. T. mnioides resembles Tetraplodon angustatus but can easily be distinguished as T. angustatus has
- strongly toothed leaves
- shorter setae - less than 5 mm long
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