by Dr M Lueth ©.
*1: Damp crumbling rocky banks of stream, Gurnard's
Head, May 1958, JA (Warburg 1960: 778, Paton 1969a:
*2: Heathy track on downs S. of St Cleer, Liskeard,
1964, JAP (BBSUK)
(Perry 1967: 418). Paton (1969a: 740) lists an earlier record
(above Woolwashing, Polperro, 1933, FR, BM).
Grows as small patches or scattered stems. Notes on
habitats in Cornwall are as follows. Enys: few stems in carpet
of low bryophytes at edge of old gravel track; unshaded. N.of
Treen: bit in open wet patch of soil at edge of small ditch
dug into flush above sea-cliff (with Bryum sauteri, Trichodon
cylindricus). W. ofCarbis
small patch on thin compressed soil among stones on path near
old mining area, almost unshaded. S. of Millook: on soil
beside edge of track, partly shaded by trees. Other records:
on damp partly bare compressed soil of tracks in heathy area
and in spruce plantation, in open or lightly shaded (near Archidium
alternifolium); thin soil on vertical granite of low rocks
on path through open deciduous woodland on slope above
Not seen c.fr.