1 - Introduction to the Sphenophyta
Plants that resemble a horse's tail are true survivors. Enjoy the Spenophyta.

2 - Division Lycophyta
These small representatives came from giant relatives. Meet the group.

3 - Division Psilotophyta
Whisk through this group of primative plants and take a journey around the life cycle.

4 - Division Sphenophyta
An introduction to the representatives in the division Spenophyta.

5 - Division Pterophyta
A program of fern studies linked to additional information.

6 - Pteridophytes
Ferns and related plants are featured at this site.

7 - Pterophyta: Images
Check out this site for a variety of fern images.

8 - Learning About Ferns
The fascinating world of ferns is revealed in the life cycle. This site is provided by the American Fern Society.

9 - American Fern Society
Growing ferns can be interesting and rewarding. This site provides helpful hints for the care of fern plants.

10 - Ancestor to Vascular Plants
The relatedness of vascular plants is traced through a cladagram.

11 - Introduction to the Psilotophyta
Psilotum is used to introduce this primitive group of plants. Whisk through this introductory information.

12 - Introduction to Lycophyta
Explore the club mosses and gain and understanding of this group.

13 - American Club Moss
This site features descriptive information about the genus Lycopodium.

14 - Growing Ferns
Basic information about methods for growing ferns is available at this location.

15 - Horsetails Homepage
Equisetum species are characterized at this site.

16 - Generalized Life Cycle of Equisetum
The life cycle of a typical horsetail is outlined with added information.

17 - The Seedless Vascular Plants I
This site provides an overview and general characteristics of seedless vascular plants.

18 - The Seedless Vascular Plants II
Ferns are used as an example of seedless vascular plants at this informative station.

19 - Plant Fossils in Kentucky
Fossil ferns provide an important lineage to our present-day specimens. Kentucky fossils are featured at this site.

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