*1: Near Penzance,
1861, WC (BM) (Paton 1969a: 752-753). [Vc1
placed in brackets because no recent record exists: Paton
1969a, Crundwell 1970: 210].
+1: On vertical,
mortared, stone wall of ruins in tall scrub, ruins S. of
Georgia, SW43, 1997, DTH 97-207 (BBSUK, DTH)
(Rothero 1999a: 100).
*2: Wall of bridge, St
Stephen's Coombe, St Austell, 1958, TL comm. JAP (Perry 1967:
423, Paton 1969a: 752-753).
Habitat notes from Cornwall are as follows. Several
records on horizontal old concrete and vertical mortared walls
of ruins, in open, in sheltered places, or partly to rather
heavily shaded. S. of Georgia: on vertical mortared-stone wall
of ruins of china-clay works, well shaded by tall scrub.
Minions: on N.-facing, vertical damp concrete of ruins of mine
building, part shaded by Cotoneaster
integrifolius. Crows Nest: bit on vertical base of low
mortared wall in old mining area, part shaded (near Oxyrrhynchium hians).
Poltesco: low wall of serpentinite at edge of disused mill
pond. Low on old wall at wood edge, well shaded. Small patch
on concrete of pipe beside stream in open
Commonly c.fr.: capsules immature 1, 10, 12;
dehiscing 1, 3; dehisced 3-5.