|The asymmetrical capsules of Isopterygium rise on |
long stalks from along the creeping stems, and curve to the side.
|The leaf cells of Isopterygium and its relatives are narrow and worm-like, with thick, clear walls. |
The leaves are simple in structure, lacking a midrib (costa) or specialized cells at the base.
|The delicate, feathery foliage of Isopterygium spreads out into a tangled mat. |
The flat leaves maintain their shape and orientation as they dry.
similar, but has papillae at the upper end of each leaf cell, and the leaves are pressed to the stem when dry, like Entodon.