noun, plural eq·ui·se·tums, eq·ui·se·ta [ek-wuh-see-tuh] /ˌɛk wəˈsi tə/.
Origin of equisetum
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Historical Examples of equisetum
At about 5,000 feet I first saw horsetails (Equisetum), very like our own species.The Malay Archipelago
Alfred Russell Wallace
Insipid milk, and lead-coloured butter, from equisetum fluviatile.
In this connection his figuring young plants of Equisetum attached to prothalli is interesting.
Near the shore grew the Naked Horse-tail (Equisetum hyemale), having a shoot springing from its root on each side.
The corn-fields here produce Echioides (Lycopsis arvensis), and the woods the most slender kind of Equisetum (sylvaticum).