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Phylloglossum drummondii
Phylloglossum drummondii
Phylloglossum drummondii

Wikipedia description

Phylloglossum, a genus in the clubmoss family Lycopodiaceae, is a small plant superficially resembling a tiny grass plant, growing with a rosette of slender leaves 2-5 cm long from an underground bulb-like root. It has a single central stem up to 5 cm tall bearing a spore-producing cone at the apex, and was previously classified variously in the family Lycopodiaceae or in its own family the Phylloglossaceae, but recent genetic evidence demonstrates it is most closely related to the genus Huperzia and is a sister clade to the genus Phlegmariurus, which was formerly included in Huperzia.

The only species, Phylloglossum drummondii (pygmy clubmoss), is a native of Australia (southwestern Western Australia, southern South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania) and New Zealand (North Island).

Scientific classification

Clade: Lycophytes
Order: Lycopodiales
Family: Huperziaceae
Species: Phylloglossum drummondii


Sample nameSample codeTissueRNA extractorSample providerBLASTSRA dataAssembly data
ZZEI-Phylloglossum_drummondiiZZEIVegetativeD.W. StevensonD. W. Stevenson