*2: Near the
Cheesewring quarry, 1917, FR (BM) (Paton
Habitat notes from Cornwall are as follows. Rough
Tor and Brown Willy: with other bryophytes on granitic rock
and boulders high on mainly unshaded hillslopes. Cheesewring
Quarry: small amount in moss mat on vertical, S.-facing
granitic rock in old quarry. N. of Crow's Nest: on thin soil
among granitic rocks on top of low bank of mine-spoil, with
lichens and sparse low Agrostis. Minions:
stony partly bare soil with short vegetation, unshaded, at top
of bank of mine-spoil (with low Calluna vulgaris).
Harpur's Downs: thin almost
unshaded soil over granitic rocks on top of old 'hedge'.
Bodmin Moor S. of Bowithick: with other bryophytes on edges of
flat or low granitic boulders in acidic grassland of
Not seen c.fr.