Lycopodiaceae . . . . . Clubmosses

Choose from the below:

Diphasiastrum
Huperzia
Lycopodium annotinum
Lycopodium clavatum

Lycopodiella
Selaginella
See also:
Lvs linear, entire
Lvs pointed with teeth

Diphasiastrum . . . . . Alpine Clubmoss

Diphasiastrum alpinum . . . . . Alpine Clubmoss

On exposed places on mountains N & W Br and Ire

Diphasiastrum x issleri (Issler's Clubmoss) with strongly flattened branches is rare

Huperzia . . . . Fir Clubmoss

Huperzia selago . . . . Fir Clubmoss

Heaths and moors on mountains

Lycopodiella. . . . . Marsh Clubmoss

Entire lvs without hairs

Lycopodiella inundata . . . . . Marsh Clubmoss

Rather local on wet heaths in S & W of Br and in Galway; lvs entire without hair tip

Lycopodium. . . . . Clubmoss

Have hair points on sterile lvs (cf. Lycopodiella)

Lycopodium annotinum . . . . . Interrupted Clubmoss

Rather local amongst Calluna in C & N Sc on mountains; clear annual spurts of growth separated by shorter lvs

Lycopodium clavatum . . . . . Stag's-horn Clubmoss

Heaths and moors on mountains, mostly in Sc

See also Selaginella: