The plant belongs to the Lycopodiaceae family and is related to mosses and ferns. It is often called club moss.
No. Mosses belong in the Phylum Bryophyta, along with other bryophyte phyla such as Phylum Hepatophyta (liverworts) and Phylum Anthocerotophyta (hornworts). On the other hand, Club moss (Phylum Lycopodophyta) is not a bryophyte at all, let alone a true moss. Club moss is more closely related to plants of the pteridophyte division, which includes ferns, whisk ferns and horsetails. Club moss have differentiated leaves and more advanced vascular tissue than true mosses. They also possess cone-like structures (strobili) which contain the spores.
Because ferns are vascular plants
Dryopteris are ferns.
well..... theres is a big diffrence by moss and club moss
Fungi. Moss. Ferns.
Fungi, moss, and ferns.
Ferns and mosses start with asexual reproduction.HOPE THIS ANSWERS YOUR QUESTOIN.
To help plants like ferns and moss.