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0 0 Pteridophyta

Pteridophyta

by simonafrancistyBanskobystrick√Ĺ, Slovakia

0 0 Stag's-horn Clubmoss

Stag's-horn Clubmoss

by dandoucetteOntario, Canada

Plant with horizontally branched, creeping main stem giving rise to occasional ...

0 0 Princess pine

Princess pine

by soconnorRhode Island, USA

Common ground cover plant; observed in Weetamoe Woods in Tiverton, RI

0 0 Ground Pine Clubmoss

Ground Pine Clubmoss

by Greg ShchepanekCanada

Most widespread species in the genus

1 3 Clubmoss

Clubmoss

by auntnance123Cartago, Costa Rica

small low lying, multi-branched plant

0 0 Stag's-horn Clubmoss

Stag's-horn Clubmoss

by MachiKodiak, Alaska, USA

You can see the Sporangia in the first photo which bear the spores

0 0 Running Ground Pine

Running Ground Pine

by dcfieldviewConnecticut, USA

Low growing, vine-like club moss. Very soft.

2 1 Running Clubmoss

Running Clubmoss

by JeanSawatzkyAbbotsford, British Columbia, Canada

Horizontal stems creeping on the ground surface. Sometimes arching as shown in ...

1 0 staghorn moss

staghorn moss

by KarenSaxtonOregon, USA

Grows up to a meter long, stagshorn moss looks like a tangled mat conifer ...

0 0 Ground Pine

Ground Pine

by doreen.chambers.14Vermont, USA

Size 4-10 inches tall. Creeping horizontal stems and branching upright stems; ...

1 1 Trailing Clubmoss

Trailing Clubmoss

by Emily CorbettSudbury, Ontario, Canada

trailing clubmoss found scrambling over logs and putting down many roots. This ...

0 0 Common or Running Club Moss, Ground Pine

Common or Running Club Moss, Ground Pine

by TrevorFairbairnNew York, USA

Small 4in in height, fern like plant covering deciduous forest floor. Found in ...

0 0 Wolf's-foot clubmoss

Wolf's-foot clubmoss

by Marta RubioTexeiraCartago, Costa Rica

cones an grow upright. Lycopodium plants ...

1 0 Wolf's-foot clubmoss

Wolf's-foot clubmoss

by Marta RubioTexeiraCartago, Costa Rica

This spotting shows the branches producing spore cones. For other views of this ...