2.  June 3, 2004.  Several shoots with the
spore bearing structures (strobili) at
an early stage.

3.  August 30, 2008.  Several shoots.
The strobili appear to have discharged their

4.  September 7, 2001  Three shoots. Note
that the strobili are at a very early stage.

5.  September 24, 2006.  Close-up of a
forked branch with well developed strobili.
Spores have not yet formed.

Photo 1taken along the Pinnell
Mountain Trail beyond milepost 2,
65° 29.7' N, 145° 28.0' W
Elev. 3900 ft.

Photos 3 and 4 taken above the
granite tors along Bottom Dollar Creek
above the confluence with Half Dollar Creek.
65°  25.3' N,   144°  48.6' W
Elev. 2000 ft.










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Lycopodium annotinum L.
5 photos.
A species with branches (often forked) arising from a long creeping stem.  The species is known as
the "clubmoss", "stiff club moss" and "bristly club-moss".

ITIS Taxonomic Serial No. 17018

1.  September 4, 2007.  Several upright branches, possibly from a single plant.