by Dr M Lueth ©.
*2: Mossy hollow between boulders, Rough Tor, Bodmin
Moor, Apr. 1961, JAP (BBSUK) (Paton 1962:
359, 1969a: 697).
[vc1 records (Gulval, JR, fide Curnow 1843;
Trevaylor Bottom, JR, in Curnow 1882), both discounted by
Paton 1969a: 697 and 1970: 189 because no specimens could be
Rough Tor remains the only locality known in
Cornwall. It was refound there in 2000: among other bryophytes
on thin soil over unshaded edge of granitic rock on hillslope;
associates include Barbilophozia
Not seen c.fr.