What is another word for lycopodiales?

Pronunciation: [lˌa͡ɪkəpˈə͡ʊdɪˌe͡ɪlz] (IPA)

Lycopodiales are a type of vascular plant that belong to the Lycopodium genus. They are commonly known as ground pines, clubmosses, or spike mosses. While these names are often used interchangeably, they are technically different types of lycopodiales. Some other synonyms for lycopodiales include selaginellales, isopyrales, and lycopodiidae. These plant species have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries, particularly in traditional Chinese medicine. In addition, lycopodiales can be used for ornamental purposes and are popular in terrariums and miniature gardens. With their unique appearance and practical uses, lycopodiales are a fascinating plant species with a rich history.

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What are the hypernyms for Lycopodiales?

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    the Plantae kingdom, the class Lycopodiopsida, the division Lycopodiophyta.

What are the hyponyms for Lycopodiales?

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  • hyponyms for lycopodiales (as nouns)

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Usage examples for Lycopodiales

The Club-mosses, or lycopodiales, were massive trees, rising sometimes to a height of 120 feet, and probably averaging about fifty feet in height and one or two feet in diameter.
"The Story of Evolution"
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