*1: On branch of Salix cinerea in Grey
Willow carr, Penhale camp, E. edge, SW75, 2000, DTH 00-423
(BBSUK, DTH) (Rothero 2001:
Two records, as follows. Single tuft at Penhale
Camp: on branch of Salix cinerea in tall
carr of that species, close to U. crispa, U. bruchii and U. phyllantha. It may be
significant that this area has soils of calcareous dune-sand
since in other regions U. calvescens appears to
be commonest over limestone, e.g. in western Ireland. Single
tuft: NW. of Lamorna: ca 1.5 m above ground
on branch of large Salix cinerea bush in
partly cleared area (with lichens).
Only recorded c.fr.: capsules immature 4, 7,
dehisced (old) 4, 7.