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Lycopodium: Careful Harvest Fact SheetAuthor(s): Elizabeth Nauertz
Source: Sponsored by: Forest Stewardship Program, Forest Service, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Mickman Bros., Evergreen Industries, and BetterForests Magazine. n.p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionLycopodium comes from the Greek words "luko" (wolf) and "podos" (foot); thus the common name of "wolf's paw" or "Wolf's foot." Despite the common names of clubmoss, Lycopodium species are not related to mosses, but rather to ferns. They are evergreen, perennial, clonal, and rhizomatous in nature.
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CitationNauertz, Elizabeth. 2003. Lycopodium: Careful Harvest Fact Sheet. Sponsored by: Forest Stewardship Program, Forest Service, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Mickman Bros., Evergreen Industries, and BetterForests Magazine. n.p.
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