Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: 1 genus, Selaginella; creeping or ascendant plants; leaves simple, scale-like; heterosporous; ligules, scale-like outgrowths near the base of the upper surface of each microphyll and sporophyll; under dry conditions, some species of Selaginella roll into brown balls.
Many scientists place the Selaginellaceae or Selaginellales in Lycopodiopsida or Lycopsida.
In the Plant theory Selaginellaceae is placed in Lycopodiales. It is tentatively placed in Subphase 5.
The conflict is between being oneself and able to survive at one hand and finding a place in the community. It is the transition of childhood to adulthood and having to become someone in the community.
They will have a quality of boasting themselves through the problems and the community.