Definition of Lycopode. Meaning of Lycopode. Synonyms of Lycopode

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Definition of Lycopode

Lycopode
Lycopode Ly"co*pode, n. [F.] Same as Lycopodium powder. See under Lycopodium.

Meaning of Lycopode from wikipedia

- PMC 3936591. PMID 24532607. Flora of North America, Lycopodium dendroideum Michaux, Fl. Bor.-Amer. 2: 282. 1803. Prickly tree club-moss, lycopode dendroïde...
- America, Diphasiastrum alpinum (Linnaeus) Holub, 1975. Alpine club-moss, lycopode alpin Flora of China, Lycopodium alpinum Linnaeus, 1753. 高山扁枝石松 gao shan...
- Prodrome des cinquième et sixième familles de l'Æthéogamie, les mousses, les lycopodes. Korall, P. & Kenrick, P. (2002), "Phylogenetic relationships in Selaginellaceae...
- etc.) Plants that are typical of the subalpine elevation (Rhododendron, Lycopode sélagine, etc.) Plants belong to submediterranean communities (such as...
- Northern Quebec 11.6 59. Peak 3550 B 1082 30 Northern Quebec 12.0 60. Mont du Lycopode 1082 Northern Quebec 16.9 61. Brown Benchmark North 1079 171 Longfellow...
- digitatum (Dillenius ex A. Braun) Holub, 1975. Southern running-pine, lycopode en éventail "US Wildflower - Southern Ground Cedar, Fan Clubmoss, Running...
- lycopodioides, common name false club-moss panic gr**** or (in French) panic faux-lycopode, is endemic to the French island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean. It is...
- Osmunda claytoniana Lamoureux, Gisèle and al. (1993). Fougères, prêles et lycopodes. Fleurbec. ISBN 978-2-920174-13-9. Phipps, C. J., Taylor, T. N., Taylor...
- Hartman) G. Zinserling ex Kuzeneva Prochorova, 1953. One-cone club-moss, lycopode patte-de-lapin Czerepanov, S. K. 1981. Sosudistye Rasteniia SSSR 509 pages...
- Press, National Research Council of Canada. "Lycopodium annotinum L., Lycopode à rameaux annuels". Tela Botanica (in French). Photo of herbarium specimen...
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