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Recent observations

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What

Club Mosses Family Lycopodiaceae

Observer

lenoreatwood

Date

August 30, 2016 03:33 PM ADT

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Observer

skiman1016

Date

August 30, 2016 12:37 PM EDT

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Observer

skiman1016

Date

August 30, 2016 12:36 PM EDT

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What

Fan Clubmoss Diphasiastrum digitatum

Observer

clintcalhoun

Date

June 10, 2015 08:27 AM EDT

Description

Fan clubmoss is not a flowering species but worthy of mentioning because of its frequency in pine-oak forests in Hickory Nut Gorge. Fan clubmoss is in the Clubmoss Family of lower vascular plants. It produces cone-like structures called strobili which bear the reproductive spores. Formerly named Lycopodium, the spores were (according to legend) used as a primitive flash powder that was mixed with black powder to extend Confederate powder stores during the Union blockade of the Civil War. Lycopodium spores are used today in magic shows and demonstrations because of their quick flash flammability. Look for it in large quantities at the Donald Ross Trail Park in Lake Lure.

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What

Fan Clubmoss Diphasiastrum digitatum

Observer

watershedscanada

Date

May 28, 2016

Place

(Somewhere...)

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What

Treelike Clubmoss Lycopodium dendroideum

Observer

watershedscanada

Date

May 28, 2016

Place

(Somewhere...)

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Observer

constance

Date

August 26, 2016 08:32 PM EDT

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What

Club Moss Genus Lycopodium

Observer

fern_friend

Date

July 4, 2015 12:26 PM PDT

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Observer

friesen4

Date

August 27, 2016 01:47 PM CDT

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Observer

jack4

Date

August 29, 2016 07:47 PM NZST

Description

Growing within swampy areas and surrounding slopes.

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What

Climbing Clubmoss Lycopodium volubile

Observer

jack4

Date

August 29, 2016 07:47 PM NZST

Description

Scrambling over Coprosma robusta.

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What

Club Moss Genus Lycopodium

Observer

gringoire

Date

August 28, 2016 02:54 PM COT

Description

(I might be totally off the mark on this ID...)

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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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