*1: Gravelly soil derived from granite, vertical
banks at the back of the shore, NE. coast of St Mary's, Isles
of Scilly, 1984, JAP & DGL (BBSUK) (Hill 1985:
At least half of the few British records are from
Cornwall and the Isles of
Grows as scattered stems or small patches of very
low plants. Two records from Isles of Scilly were from
unshaded soil on a low sea-cliff at Watermill Cove, St Mary's
(JAP) and sparsely on almost unshaded soil in several closely
adjacent bulbfields on St Agnes (RAF, 2002-2003). At the
latter locality it grew with other low acrocarpous mosses. The
habitat of the only mainland record (from the coast in SW71H)
was not recorded in detail; it had apparently become extinct
there by 1995.
No records c.fr.