- n. 1. A term used in some classifications for the class Lycopsida: club mosses.
- Lycophyta - 1 Lycophyta (Lycopodiophyta) Members of the
- Members of the Lycophyta were once abundant on earth.
- DIVISION LYCOPHYTA Five* living genera (1000 spp): Lycopodium
- DIVISION LYCOPHYTA. Five* living genera (1000 spp): Lycopodium, Selaginella , Phylloglossum, Isoetes, Stylites.
- Lycophyta - Sphenophyta summary chart Chars. / Taxa Lycophyta
- Lycophyta - Sphenophyta summary chart. Chars. / Taxa Lycophyta.
- EXERCISE 1: Phylum Lycophyta
- Psilotophyta, the Lycophyta, the Sphenophyta, and the Pterophyta.
- THE ONLY QUILLWORT (ISOETES, ISOETACEAE, LYCOPHYTA
- THE ONLY QUILLWORT (ISOETES, ISOETACEAE, LYCOPHYTA) IN SYRIA IS THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION.
- Introduction to the Lycophyta
- An introduction to club mosses and scale trees, their life history, morphology, ecology, systematics and fossil history.
- Lycopodiophyta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Division Lycopodiophyta (sometimes called Lycophyta or Lycopods) is a tracheophyte subdivision of the Kingdom Plantae.
- Lycophyta-Lycopodium-1 "Club Moss", WB01339_.gif (896 bytes). Diversity is Medium to Low.
- SEEDLESS VASCULAR PLANTS
- Lycophyta Sphenophyta. These three divisions along with the Pterophyta (ferns) are collectively know as the "seedless vascular plants".
- Plant Biology: Phylum Lycophyta: Club Mosses and More - CliffsNotes
- The lycophytes are the oldest of the seedless vascular plants that have living representatives.
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