Definition of Lycopodium selago
1. Noun. Of northern Europe and America; resembling a miniature fir.
Generic synonyms: Club Moss, Club-moss, Lycopod
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Literary usage of Lycopodium selago
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1. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1905)
"A CONNECTICUT STATION FOR Lycopodium selago.—In the Gray Herbarium I find a small but well fruited and unmistakable specimen of Lycopodium selago, L., ..."
2. The British Ferns: Or, Coloured Figures and Descriptions, with the Needful ...by William Jackson Hooker by William Jackson Hooker (1861)
"LYCOPODIUM Selago; stems four to six inches high, rooting at the base, rigid, ... LYCOPODIUM Selago. Linn. Sp. Pl . p. 1665. Sw. Syn. Fil. p. 176. Willd. ..."
3. Organography of Plants, Especially of the Archegoniata and Spermaphyta by Karl Goebel, Isaac Bayley Balfour (1905)
"This takes place npt infrequently in Lycopodium selago. ... They have, like the prothallus of Lycopodium selago, paraphyses, and produce remarkable gemmae ..."
4. An Analysis of the British Ferns and Their Allies by George William Francis (1851)
"Lycopodium selago of other botanists. FIG.—EB 233.—Flo. Dan. Wi.—Dill. Mws. t. 56, f. 1. DBS.—Root tufted, fibrous. Stems 2 to 6 inches high, growing quite ..."