Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium

Lycopodiaceae: Clubmoss

Plants reproduce by spores (without embryo or true flower). Long stems covered with small leaves; uniform spore cases found in the axils of leaves having no ligules. Leaves found in 4-6 ranks.
Flora of North America: Discussion, key to genera (opens new window)
Flower Formula:   Glossary

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Diphasiastrum
false diphasium
6 Photo of Diphasiastrum Images   Information
Huperzia
gemma fir-moss
8 Photo of Huperzia Images   Information
Lycopodiella
bog club-moss
2 Photo of Lycopodiella Images   Information
Lycopodium
club-moss
6 Photo of Lycopodium Images   Information


         
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