*2: Damp peat, Rough
Tor Marsh, Bodmin Moor, 1967, JAP (BBSUK)
(Paton 1968c: 626, 1969a: 703).
In acidic mires with sphagna nearby, growing on
nearly bare peaty soil on low hummocks, normally growing out
of gelatinous wet algal films. Also at edge of small mire in
wet pasture, growing on vertical, wet peat of low bank. Often
in pure patches except for gelatinous algae; associates
recorded include Mylia
anomala, Odontoschisma sphagni.
Also close to many other plants of acidic
Gemmae always present. Not seen