CLUBMOSSES
OBL HOME
Clubmosses are evergreen and their common names compare them to low-growing conifers. The leaves are small. They are under a foot in height and form a conelike strobilus. Upright stems grow from a horizontal stem which may be above or below the ground.
STAGHORN CLUBMOSS
TREE CLUBMOSS
RUNNING PINE
Horizontal stem above the ground; leaves flex upwards Resembling a small tree; strobilus lacks a stalk; horizontal stem underground Low upright stems branch and rebranch irregularly, resembles cedar leaves; horizontal stem at the surface of the ground
STAGHORN CLUBMOSS TREE CLUBMOSS RUNNING PINE