*1: Marshy ground at
edge of willow carr behind sand-dunes, between Mount and
Cubert, near Perranporth, July 1963, JAP
(BBSUK) (Warburg 1964: 730); same record
given as 'between Mount and Crantock' by Paton (1969a: 739).
[A record from vc2 (roadside bank, Maker, near
Feb. 1961, JAP, in Warburg 1962: 374) was later deleted (Paton
1969a: 739, Crundwell 1970: 206)].
The locality near Mount (variously listed as
Penhale, Mount Field or Glanville's Field) is the only site in
Cornwall. It grows here on wet humic substrates of rather bare
places in a marsh between landward edge of dunes and Grey
Willow-carr, among sparse cover of herbs such as Epilobium hirsutum, Filipendula ulmaria
and Juncus effusus,
almost unshaded in early spring but shaded by
Not seen c.fr.