*2: R. Camel, Bodmin,
1878, RVT (B) (Paton 1969a:
[A report from vc1 (The Lizard: Holmes 1906)
deleted because no specimen seen and locality unlikely (Paton
1969a: 741, Crundwell 1970: 207)].
Grows as scattered plants or small patches, tending
to trail as short wefts when large. On silted or almost
unsilted, steep to horizontal bark of trunks, low branches and
exposed roots of trees and shrubs (Alder, Ash, Hawthorn,
Hazel, Sycamore) within flood-zone of R. Tamar, typically
0.5-1.5 (to 2.5) m above summer water-levels, where often
partly shaded. Associates recorded include Leskea polycarpa, Orthotrichum affine,
sprucei, rarely Dendrocryphaea
lamyana. Also in similar habitat beside Lowley Brook near
Commonly c.fr. Capsules immature: 1-3, 5; dehisced
[1, 2, 3, 5 old] 8, 10.