*1: Railway cutting
1863, WC (PNZ) (Paton 1969a: 743). This
record is much older than the one listed as new for vc1 by
Warburg (1964: 731).
*2: Base of Ash on bank
of R. Inny, near Treglasta, S. of Hallworthy, Camelford, July
1962, JAP (Warburg 1963b: 501, Paton 1969a:
Habitat notes from Cornwall are as follows.
Leswidden: locally plentiful on quartzose gravel within
flood-zone at edge of large pool (disused china-clay quarry),
unshaded or slightly shaded by Grey Willows. Large population
in inundation-zone at edge of Cargenwen Reservoir, Nov. 2004,
growing on sparsely vegetated open banks and partly to
moderately shaded at edges of and beneath Grey Willow scrub.
Associates include Archidium
cuspidata, Drepanocladus aduncus,
grasses and herbs. Widespread in upper part of inundation-zone
beside Colliford Lake (reservoir), where
locally plentiful among short grasses and herbs in a few
places, but mainly occurring as scattered immature plants in
areas partly bare of vegetation. Small patch with other mosses
and low phanerogams on soil in sheltered hollow at base of old
mortared wall of ruin of mine building (Crow's Nest).
Discovered new to Scilly in 2003, with sparse very low plants
on unshaded damp acid sand among very short vegetation of
dune-slack at Appletree Banks, Tresco.
Not seen c.fr.