by Dr M Lueth ©.
*2: Boulder, cliff slopes aboveRusey
between Cambeak and Boscastle, 1954 [sic = 1964], JA (Warburg 1965b: 864,
Paton 1969a: 728).
[Report from vc1 (Near Kynance, WEN diary) not
supported by specimen: Paton 1969a:
Forms small dense cushions that may expand to
produce low patches and low lawns. Restricted to unshaded
shaly and slaty Carboniferous rocks of outcrops and boulders
on cliffs along north coast of vc2 from Rusey northwards,
growing on horizontal to steeply sloping surfaces. Found once
growing on very thin silt overlying horizontal shale rock in
middle of cliff-top path. Usually lacks close
Commonly c.fr.: capsules immature 4, 11; dehisced