Three axes of a lycopod have been collected from the Middle Mississippian Deseret Formation near Flux, Utah. The largest of these axes is 9 cm long and approximately 11 mm in diam. The axes are dichotomously branched with attached persistent leave. A shallowly lobed protostele comprises the center of the axes. It is surrounded by a poorly preserved zone of phloem, and an inner and outer cortex. The inner cortex is composed of isodiametric thick-walled sclerenchyma cells. The outer cortex is poorly preserved although some hint of an anastomosing network of fibers is present in some specimens. Periderm is 2-2.5 mm in thickness. Leaf bases are round to hexagonal with a single leaf trace. Parichnos are absent. Leaves are falcate in longitudinal view with expanded laminae. The tightly spiralled leaves are 3-5 mm long, up to 3.5 mm wide, and contain a single leaf trace that extends nearly to the acute apex. These specimens are compared with Archaeosigillaria vanuxemi (Lanceolate leaves) and Archaeosigillaria kidstotni (deltoid leaves).