*1: Penzance, 1842, JR
(GL) (Paton 1969a: 703).
*2: Goss Moor, 1906,
RWS (TRU) (Paton 1969a:
Recent notes on habitat in Cornwall are as follows.
On damp, partly bare, acidic soil of heathland on and near old
mining areas, in open and at bases of Calluna and Erica; associates
inflata. Growing from gelatinous mat of algae on sloping
soil at edge of path on wet heathland (over gabbro). Damp peat
of bank in wet heathland (with Cephalozia
All records were of plants with many foliar gemmae.
Not seen c.fr.