Palhinhaea cernua L. Franco et Vasc. The National Vegetation Survey NVS Databank is a physical archive and electronic databank containing records of over 94, vegetation survey plots - including data from over 19, permanent plots. This report includes a statistical summary and brief notes on changes since and replaces all previous NZTCS lists for vascular plants. Authors: By Peter J.
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Lycopodiella cernua L. Provided by Smithsonian Institution, Richard A. Howard Photograph Collection.
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Lycopodiella cernua L. Lycopodium cernuum L. It occurs throughout South-East Asia except in the driest regions where it is the most common club moss. In South-East Asia dried or fresh L. It has been tried in Malaysia as a cover crop in rubber plantations, especially on degraded soils. In Indonesia and Colombia it is used to stuff cushions as a kapok substitute. In Micronesia it is applied as a cockroach repellent.
Back Flora 3 7 Description and Ethnobotany Growth Form Terrestrial clubmoss -- a prehistoric fern-ally evolutionarily located between ferns and mosses, before flowering plants appeared on Earth, up to 1m in overall height. Foliage Microphylls pale to bright green, linear, soft, small and needle-like mm long by 0. Stems Main stem stout, creeping indefinitely over ground surface and rooting horizontally at intervals. Fertile Sections: Strobili cone-like, up to 1cm long, resembling larger version of microphylls, borne singly at ends of aerial stems, containing tiny ovate to deltoid sporophylls 1.