*2: Camel R., Dunmere,
1896, RVT (B) (Paton 1969a:
For notes on identification and taxonomy see
Small patches and open mats, trailing somewhat when
tall. Habitat notes from Cornwall are as follows. S. of
Pantersbridge: on (slaty?) boulders close to water-level of
small river. Near Retire: on unshaded granitic block close
above water of small stream. Banks of R Tamar, on slaty
boulders and rocks close above summer water-level (flooded in
winter). Grows in open or partly shaded by deciduous trees.
Also once on silted, vertical trunk of tree in flood-zone at
edge of river. Most often in pure patches, but sometimes
associated with Cinclidotus
fontinaloides, Schistidium apocarpum
Commonly c.fr.: immature 1-3, 10; dehiscing 2 (5
few), dehisced 3, 5.