*1: Near Perranporth,
1914, FR (TRU) (Paton 1969a:
*2: Halgavor Moor, S.
of Bodmin, 1889, RVT (B) (Paton 1969a:
Grows as lawns of erect stems or amongst other
plants. The few recent Cornish records were in unshaded sites
in or at edges of acidic mires, on wet heathland and in
similar situations on hummocks in two open acidic flushes.
Also in a runnel between Molinia caerulea
tussocks in spring-fed mesotrophic mire, unshaded. Close
associates include Molinia caerulea, also
nigricans and bryophytes including Calliergonella
cuspidata, Calypogeia fissa, Hypnum jutlandicum, Sphagnum
capillifolium, Sphagnum subnitens.
Not seen c.fr.