plural noun
Fu·​nar·​i·​a·​les | \ -ā(ˌ)lēz\

Definition of Funariales 

: an order of usually acrocarpous mosses having erect gametophores with an apical rosette of leaves

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History and Etymology for Funariales

New Latin, from Funaria + -ales

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