Commonly referred to as Goebel's clubmoss, is a plant species recognized for its unique growth and characteristics. Belonging to the Lycopodiaceae family, this species is part of the clubmoss group, which is distinct from true mosses. It displays a creeping growth habit, with small, scale-like leaves arranged along its stem. Lycopodium goebelii typically thrives in moist, shaded environments, often found in forests or woodlands. This plant's ancient lineage and distinctive appearance contribute to its botanical interest and ecological role.