Running vine like plant that has small spiral leaves.
This species had several developed sporangia which grew from the top of the tall lateral stem and were smaller than the sporangia formed by ground cedar clubmoss.
Additionally, some of the lateral growing stems were as long as 18 inches.
Long runner (up to 1 m long) with branches of green needles protruding on both sides around 5 cm tall.
Found in forest near spring.
In sunny disturbed roadside.
Lycopodium clavatum (wolf's-foot clubmoss, stag's-horn clubmoss, or ground pine) is the most widespread species in the genus Lycopodium of the clubmoss family Lycopodiaceae.