aquatic or semi-aquatic

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  • Then plant in the bottom some aquatic or water plants that you have collected from a near-by lake. Cited from Outdoor Sports and Games, by Claude H. Miller
  • They are found in any non-aquatic or non-desert environment.
  • Many of the true frogs are aquatic or live close to water.
  • The species is typically found where cover in the form of aquatic or submersed vegetation is available.
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, growing floating in water or in wet land near water.
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, growing floating in water or in wet land near water.
  • Living species are mostly aquatic or semi-aquatic in clear ponds and slow-moving streams.
  • Living species are mostly aquatic or semi-aquatic in clear ponds and slow-moving streams.
  • They feed variously, on aquatic or marine plants, small fish, molluscae, or dead bodies. Cited from The Book of Household Management, by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
  • The water ferns are all aquatic or semi-aquatic plants, few in number and scarce or local in their distribution. Cited from Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany, Douglas Houghton Campbell
  • The water ferns are all aquatic or semi-aquatic plants, few in number and scarce or local in their distribution. Cited from Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany, Douglas Houghton Campbell
  • On the other hand, all aquatic or semi-aquatic birds are walkers. Cited from Wake-Robin, by John Burroughs
  • On the other hand, all aquatic or semi-aquatic birds are walkers. Cited from Wake-Robin, by John Burroughs
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, growing in water or in or near muddy areas in many habitat types.
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, growing in water or in or near muddy areas in many habitat types.
  • Most species of woodlice that have returned to an aquatic or amphibian way of life belong to this family.
  • Their feet are partially webbed and well developed for either aquatic or terrestrial mobility.
  • Dry flies typically represent the adult form of an aquatic or terrestrial insect.
  • They are the smallest species, direct-developers, and the most terrestrial, with all other species being semi-aquatic or aquatic.
  • This aquatic or semi-aquatic plant is native to the Americas as far north as Virginia and northern California.
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