What is another word for Lycopodium Clavitum?

Pronunciation: [lˌa͡ɪkəpˈə͡ʊdi͡əm klˈava͡ɪtəm] (IPA)

Lycopodium Clavitum is a species of fern commonly known as running clubmoss or ground pine. It is also referred to as stag's horn clubmoss, ground cedar, princess pine, and wolf's claw. The plant produces a creeping, underground stem called a rhizome, which gives rise to aerial stems that can grow up to 20 inches tall. Its leaves are scale-like and tightly packed, giving it an appearance similar to a pine tree. The plant has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries and was believed to have healing properties for respiratory and digestive issues. It is also used for decorative purposes due to its unique appearance.

Synonyms for Lycopodium clavitum:

  • n.

    Lycopodium Clavitum
    • running pine
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