by Dr M Lueth ©.
*2: Small patch on
unshaded, SE.-facing, vertical concrete wall of settling tank
in china-clay works, Treviscoe, SW95, 1999, DTH 99-37, det.
conf. GPR, RDP & TLB (BBSUK, DTH) (Holyoak 2000, Rothero 2000: 52).
The single find inCornwall
is the only British record for more than a century. One small
patch grew with a little Didymodon rigidulus
muralis; there was more of these nearby and also Grimmia pulvinata, Schistidium
crassipilum. Despite searches, no more was found nearby
and none was refound on subsequent visits. The species may
well have been a natural colonist, from wind-blown
Only seen c.fr.: capsules immature (well grown)