THE BRYOPHYTES OF CORNWALL
AND THE ISLES OF SCILLY


by
David T. Holyoak
     
Introduction -  Hornworts -  Liverworts -  Mosses -  Coastal influences -  Analysis -  Bibliography -  Acknowledgements -  Links -  CISFBR
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Hornworts

(Anthocerotophyta)
Anthoceros
punctatus


Anthoceros
agrestis


Phaeoceros
laevis


Phaeoceros
carolinianus


2.2 Phaeoceros carolinianus (Michx.) Prosk. NS:EN 2
(syn. Anthoceros laevis L. subsp. carolinianus (Michx.) R.M.Schust., Phaeoceros laevis subsp. carolinianus (Michx.) Prosk.). Temperate European element.

Plant with sporophytes approaching maturity. Photo by Dr M Lueth .


*2: On the side of a moist cattle-trodden clay track on the edge of wet woodland in a valley S. of Penfound, E. of Poundstock, SX2299, 1971, JAP 3032 (E) (Paton 1973c: 542, 1974a: 161).      

     

Recorded only from this single site in Cornwall, in Nov. and Dec. 1971. It was not refound by a party of bryologists led by JAP during the BBS Excursion in April 2000.