Diphasiastrum alpinum

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Alpine Clubmoss: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Diphasiastrum alpinum
Alpine Clubmoss (Diphasiastrum alpinum): Small, trailing clubmoss with flattened, 4-ranked leaves infrequently found in high elevation forest and tundra and occasionally at lower elevations. In the region, it has been collected more often in the mountains from the lower part of Lynn Canal north.

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  • Muller: gen; alpine, common
  • Hall 2010: (As Lycopodium alpinum) Infrequent in alpine tundra, bogs and subalpine forests. Occasionally found in lowland forest.

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