by Dr M Lueth ©.
*1: Shallow soil over serpentine rock,
between Kennack Sands and Black Head, Lizard, Apr. 1959, AJES
& EFW (Warburg 1960: 775, Paton 1969a: 720).
*2: Penlee Point, Rame Head, 1886, AL (OXF) (Paton 1969a:
[Record in Atlas 2: 219 from SW84G
now regarded as probable misidentification].
Four DTH records only: With other mosses on thin,
unshaded soil of ledges and banks at and near top of low slaty
sea-cliffs; associates mainly Archidium
alternifolium, Tortula viridifolia,
Cephaloziella divaricata, Lophozia bicrenata, Tortula wilsonii, Weissia controversa.
On thin soil over low slaty rocks of bank in coastal pasture
and on thin and deeper soil over slate rocks in small quarry;
unshaded. Thin soil over slaty rocks of 'scree' on S.-facing
slope in old quarry, unshaded to lightly shaded (associates
capillare and Conocephalum
Commonly c.fr. (only recorded cfr): capsules
immature 1, dehiscing 1, 3.