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Lycopodium annotinumStiff Club MossLycopodiaceae 00
Lycopodium campanulatum Lycopodiaceae 01
Lycopodium clavatumCommon Club Moss, Running clubmossLycopodiaceaeLycopodium eriostachys. Lycopodium mayoris. Lycopodium piliferum. Lycopodium trichophyllum.03
Lycopodium complanatumGround Pine, GroundcedarLycopodiaceae 03
Lycopodium lucidulumShining Club MossLycopodiaceae 10
Lycopodium obscurumGround Pine, Rare clubmossLycopodiaceae 02
Lycopodium selagoFir ClubmossLycopodiaceae 12
Lycopodium serratumClub MossLycopodiaceae 02
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