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On Wed, 3 Apr 1996, Stan Friesen wrote:
> There is some suggestion that somewhat more terrestrial lineages related
> to horsetails and quillworts may have been a significant part of the
> ground cover (as holdovers from the Carboniferous).
Now that you mention it, I can think of several little plots of earth in
my hometown of Olympia, WA, populated nearly exclusively by horsetails.
They do make pretty good ground cover.
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma, WA 98447