Club moss

Club moss

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Caption: Club moss. Unidentified club moss (Lycopodium crassum), growing at an altitude of 4100 metres above sea level. Club mosses are moss-like, vascular plants. The small, needle-like leaves make them resemble pine cones. They reproduce via asexual spores which develop underground into the sexual reproductive organs. These fuse to form a new plant. Photographed in Peru.

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Keywords: altitude, botanical, botany, club moss, lycopodium crassum, nature, peruvian, plant, plants, pteridophyte, pteridophytes, south american, vascular

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