*1: Newlyn Cliff, 1859,
WC (OXF) (Paton 1969a: 692).
*2: Boscastle, 1910, AF
(LDS) (Paton 1969a: 692). This record is
older than that given as new for vc2 by Paton (1962:
Habitat notes from Cornwall are as follows. On and
among living and decaying sphagna and plant litter in mires
and on base of Molinia
caerulea tussocks. On peaty ditchbanks in mire. In wet
flushes and at streamside above sea-cliffs (once with Riccardia
chamedryfolia). Persisting at edge of mire shaded by Grey
carr (with Rhizomnium
caerulea). With other bryophytes on flushed slaty
streamside rocks in deciduous woodland. On flushed rock of
disused railway cutting, part shaded. On ground partly shaded
on wet heath (with Campylium stellatum,
adianthoides). Two records from acid marshy areas on china
clay spoil; in marsh developing on floor of china-clay quarry
undulatum, Campylopus pyriformis,
bicuspidata, Gymnocolea inflata, Solenostoma
gracillimum, Lophozia incisa, Riccardia latifrons).
Patch in edge of trickle of water under Grey Willows beside
ruin of china clay dry. In small quantity on and at edges of
damp tracks (with Pohlia annotina).
Clayey ditchside bank in heathy clearing in spruce plantation
(intermixed with Riccardia latifrons).
Additional associates recorded are Aneura pinguis, Calliergonella
cuspidata, Calypogeia fissa, Straminergon
stramineum, Campylopus flexuosus,
capillifolium, Sphagnum denticulatum;
Frequently with gemmae on apices of thalli.
Antheridia seen 10. Three records c.fr.: capsules immature 4,