The Dwarf-cypress moss (lycopodium complanatum) is rather plentiful hereabouts, and is used for dyeing yarn.
First of all we may consider the five species of lycopodium.
Second prescription: lycopodium 30th and 6th, the former in the morning, the latter in evening, for a week.
Andromeda with leaves like a lycopodium, and a white, half-ovate, half-five-cleft flower.
The swamp floor is thickly covered, and the lycopodium lucidulum looks suddenly greener amid them.
The fine powder known in commerce under this name consists of the minute spores of the common club moss, or lycopodium clavatum.
Powdered resin or lycopodium thrown on to the flame of a candle from a quill is said to be effective as lightning.
According to M. Paul Cazeneuve, pine pollen is occasionally substituted for lycopodium.
The underwood consisted chiefly of ferns, among which Polipodium unitum was very common, and a lycopodium.
In Russia and in Poland they are composed of decomposed or decayed hawthorn-wood powder and lycopodium.