THE BRYOPHYTES OF CORNWALL
AND THE ISLES OF SCILLY


by
David T. Holyoak
     
Introduction -  Hornworts -  Liverworts -  Mosses -  Coastal influences -  Analysis -  Bibliography -  Acknowledgements -  Links -  CISFBR
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Hornworts

(Anthocerotophyta)
Anthoceros
punctatus


Anthoceros
agrestis


Phaeoceros
laevis


Phaeoceros
carolinianus


1.2 Anthoceros agrestis Paton S12
(syn. A. punctatus auct. non L., sensu Paton 1969a: 689). Temperate European element.

With mature sporophytes. Photo by Dr M Lueth .

*1: Penzance, 1881, WC (GL) (Paton 1969a: 689).

*2: Ideford, 1961, JAP (BBSUK) (Paton 1969a: 689).

           

Only material in which mature antheridia have been examined is included here. Most of the old records are referable to 1.1.

Three DTH records on soil in fields of cereal and flax stubbles (near Bryum rubens, Dicranella schreberiana, Dicranella staphylina, Trichodon cylindricus, Ephemerum minutissimum, Fossombronia pusilla, Fossombronia wondraczekii, Riccia glauca, Riccia subbifurca, Tortula truncata).

Antheridia seen: 2, 9, 10. Often (?) c.fr.: spores immature 9, mature 9.