by Dr M Lueth ©.
*1: Tresawsen Moor,
Perranzabuloe, 1917, FR (BM) (Paton 1969a:
717). [Older record (The Garrison, Scilly, RWS
(TRU), in MEC II, 1912) was
based on misidentified D. scoparium: Paton 1969a: 717].
*2: Halgavor Moor, S.
of Bodmin, 1878, RVT (B) (Paton 1969a:
Forms patches or turfs. Uncommon and mainly
recorded in open mires or on wet heathland, including in
acidic mires with sphagna (with Sphagnum fallax, Sphagnum subnitens,
schreberi) and as low hummocks in wet heath with Schoenus nigricans and
Also, in mire below old china-clay spoil heaps, with sphagna.
One record in short vegetation on damp slope above sea-cliff
Not seen c.fr. (sporophytes
very rare in British Is., and unrecorded inCornwall).