Diphasiastrum tristachyum

Diphasiastrum tristachyum (Pursh) Holub (Lycopodiaceae). Champ de Feu (Vosges - F). © 2009 by Yves Krippel.Diphasiastrum tristachyum (Pursh) Holub
EnglishGround cedar
FrançaisLycopode petit cyprès
DeutschZypressen-Flachbärlapp
LëtzebuergeschZypressen-Hexemoss
Class: Lycopodiopsida
Family: Lycopodiaceae

Status

RE – regionally extinct

Description

Diphasiastrum tristachyum was mentionned by Lawalrée (1951) for ‘Grunenwald’ between Rambrouch and Arsdorf (19th century), but the only documented record is Beaufort.  Recent observations are lacking.

Further information

Lawalrée, A., 1951. – Les ptéridophytes du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. – Bull. Soc. roy. Bot. Belg. 83: 225-240.

Krippel, Y. & J. A. Massard, 2019. – Les lycopodes (Lycopodiaceae) au Luxembourg – notes chorologiques et liste rouge. – Bull. Soc. Nat. luxemb. 121: 53-69.

Suggested citation of this webpage

Krippel, Y., 2020. Diphasiastrum tristachyum (Pursh) Holub. In: Online atlas of the pteridophytes of Luxembourg. URL: https://pteridophytes.lu/diphasiastrum-tristachyum/ [25.09.2020].