by Dr M Lueth ©.
*1: Very large patch, outside a cottage at the start
of the coastal path off the road from Coverack, SW7815/1805,
11 Feb. 2006, NDS, det. MP, conf. DTH (BBSUK) (Rothero 2007: 37).
*2: Silted base of Ash tree, edge of
Polperro, 1958, TL (BBSUK) (Crundwell
One record was from a 'typical' site in inundation
zone of river (near Crossgate: large patch on vertical silty
masonry of N. side of bridge over R. Tamar, ca 2.5 m above summer
water-level, but in flood-zone. Five records were from masonry
or tarmac, including places where water tends to pond, as
follows. Talland: with other mosses on damp horizontal pathway
to church, near a small stream. S. of Pantersbridge: plentiful
in mainly pure lawns on old crumbled tarmac in middle of lane
part-shaded by deciduous trees (near Calliergonella
cuspidata). St Austell: tufts on damp edge of tarmac of
road inside college grounds, unshaded. Hessenford: old tarmac
near church. Titson: plentiful in low moss carpet on pavement
shaded by N. wall of
graveyard, with Bryum
dichotomum, Didymodon insulanus,
Not recorded c.fr.