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Stag's-horn Clubmoss

by MachiKodiak, Alaska, USA

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

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Running Cedar Clubmoss

by ChrisV.Cedar Springs, Michigan, USA

Mixed Woodland Trail

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Running Cedar

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

Running Cedar is a low-growing evergreen ...

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Running cedar

by scadwellNorth Carolina, USA

Note spore bearing structures.

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Running Clubmoss

by JeanSawatzkyAbbotsford, British Columbia, Canada

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

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Fan Clubmoss

by ForestDragonVirginia, USA

Low growing, branched green foliage. Tends to grow in clusters.

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Running Ground Cedar

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

love to see it blanketing a forest floor in the winter months. I always ...

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Running Ground Cedar

by QWMomHelen, Georgia, USA

Its common name is due to its resemblance to cedar boughs lying on the ground. ...

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Running Ground Cedar

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

This plant certainly looks like a cedar, but it's truly a club moss and more ...

0 0 Ground Cedar

Ground Cedar

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

Running Cedar is a low-growing evergreen ...

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Groundcedar

by flowntheloopGeorgia, USA

Ranger, Georgia--at the base of a ridge near the edge of moist hardwood forest, ...

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Southern Groundcedar

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

This is a Lycopod rather than a flowering seed plant. Lycopods are among the ...