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Recent observations

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What

Club Moss Genus Lycopodium

Observer

jrock5t

Date

December 8, 2016 04:09 PM EST

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Observer

pjd1

Date

December 7, 2016

Description

Abundant in gumland and adjacent regenerating forest.

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What

Running Pine Lycopodium clavatum

Date

July 28, 2010 12:48 PM EDT

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What

Shining Clubmoss Huperzia lucidula

Date

July 26, 2010 12:23 PM EDT

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What

Prickly Tree-Clubmoss Dendrolycopodium dendroideum

Date

July 26, 2010 12:17 PM EDT

Description

Not positive about species id.

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What

Stiff Clubmoss Spinulum annotinum

Date

July 26, 2010 12:17 PM EDT

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What

Club Moss Genus Lycopodium

Observer

qgroom

Date

December 8, 2016 01:53 PM CET

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What

Firmosses Genus Huperzia

Observer

geomanuel

Date

December 4, 2016

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What

Club Moss Genus Lycopodium

Observer

shaunmichael

Date

December 5, 2016 01:54 PM EST

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What

princess pine Dendrolycopodium obscurum

Observer

evan-was-here

Date

December 5, 2016 11:02 AM EST

Description

Princess pine (Lycopodium obscurum) is actually a club moss but gets it name from its resemblance to a small pine tree. They only grow to under a foot in height and have branches of leafy pointed scales. This is separated from similar species by its flat, rather than round, branches. It produces yellow spores in a "cone" at the top of the stem.

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What

princess pine Dendrolycopodium obscurum

Observer

ctracey

Date

November 27, 2016 12:39 PM EST

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What

princess pine Dendrolycopodium obscurum

Observer

evan-was-here

Date

November 9, 2016 04:03 AM EST

Description

Princess pine (Lycopodium obscurum) is actually a club moss but gets it name from its resemblance to a small pine tree. They only grow to under a foot in height and have branches of leafy pointed scales. This is separated from similar species by its flat, rather than round, branches. It produces yellow spores in a "cone" at the top of the stem.

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Description from Wikipedia

Lycopodiopsida is a class of plants often loosely grouped as the fern allies. Traditionally the group included not only the clubmosses and firmosses, but also the spikemosses (Selaginella and relatives) and the quillworts (Isoetes and relatives). However, the latter are now usually separated off into a separate class, Isoetopsida.

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