Microanatomy of the placenta of Lycopodium obscurum: novel design in an underground embryo
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1 any clubmoss of the genus Lycopodium.
2 the spores of various clubmosses, e.g. L. clavatum. They are used as a covering for pills and suppositories, in pyrotechnics, and in foundry work.
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